starting my new job today...in a vintage clothing store!
Very cute, I love how this turned out!!!
Haha, I couldn’t believe I found it there either! It caught my eye and I was like "Where did you …
I sew one of a kind dolls for the little girls I babysit. Each one has a unique personality and I…
You definitely have to! There are a lot of really amazing Michael Miller fabrics I have my eye on…
It was surprisingly simple! The pattern pieces look a little overwhelming but it was really easy!
I’m so excited that everyone is wanting to make the Butterick dress now! Good luck, can’t wait to…
Yeah, the gathering was weird. You should definitely try it again though. The results are worth it.
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There’s this place called Wine-O in Old City. Last Friday of the month. Shows usually start aroun…
You really must! Yeah, I thought that darker colors gave it that era perfect look!
I just finished my working muslin for my 1948 Dress. Completed the whole thing in about an hour?This pattern was ridiculously easy (Vogue Vintage 2787) I really just couldn’t believe it. I wou…
I didn’t use shoulder pads, I just pleated the sleeves to give it that silhouette.
i just love this. it is the perfect tote!!! the simplicity of the colors is amazing.
I can’t wait to see how yours turned out! Did you also have a hard time understanding how the who…
It is the US size. My suggestion is that you go a size larger and then fit the pattern first and …
Wow, I am so so jealous of your collection! I’ve always loved the early Ken styles. What a handso…
too cute!!!! the whole look is just stunning!
I made this using the Burda 3/4 length sleeve jacket pattern, and a scrap of vintage 1970s interior fabric I found at a thrift store. I lined it with a nice soft orange fabric.
At the time that…
I am dedicating all of my summer sewing to making myself a complete 1940s wardrobe…
I saw the fabric for this dress this weekend at JoAnn’s and I knew it was destined for a 1940s dress. I used…
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