starting my new job today...in a vintage clothing store!
I LOVE LOVE LOVE those vintage men’s Western shirts! I really want to make one for my guy but the…
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this is dreamy!!!
This is my second take on the Port Elizabeth pattern :) Although this time, I decided to make it into a dress using a vintage print, and lining the collar with antique doily scallops. I even added …
I made this blouse from a children’s dress! I saw the dress at a charity shop and fell in love with the vintage fabric. It had a big gathered skirt, so once I removed the skirt there was more than …
I made this dress awhile back but it’s been hanging in my closet the whole time…I guess when i first made it I wasn’t that into it, but I tried it on today and It fit me so wonderfully that I won…
I definitely agree! I’ve been keeping it on my dress form just to look at! Although, I did wear i…
Thank you so much! That’s pretty much how I dress every day. I’ve always thought maybe I had anot…
I made this dress using the Vogue Vintage Model pattern #1171, from 1950. I made it with vintage shantung fabrics and buttons I found at a local charity shop.
I made a few alterations to the pat…
This is my second version of the Butterick Retro ’47 dress. This time I used a silky knit fabric, and I definitely like the way the fabric hangs. Also, I pleated the skirt instead of gathering.
I have got to say, this dress was worth the effort. I made it from the Vintage Vogue Model 1954 pattern and such beautiful fabric I found at JoAnn’s on clearance. I used vintage red buttons, and a …
Wow, this is beautiful. Very well done.
Both women have classy style. They keep it simple. But honestly, Kate’s clothes are really quite …
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