Added Jan 27, 2012
London, United K...
This is my version of McCall 6245, a vintage button back blouse pattern from the early 1950′s. It’s called the Roobeedoo Top because fellow blogger Roobeedoo very generously let me borrow the pattern when I couldn’t get hold of it. I used a modern Liberty print fabric with a mid-century geometric pattern. I absolutely love the curvy shape this top gives you through the clever placement of contour darts and the pretty keyhole neckline. More information and photos on"my blog": http://handmadejane.blogspot.com/2012/01/1950s-roobeedoo-top.html
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