Added Dec 24, 2012
I love Pin-up dresses and 50’s style, and when I got back to sewing I made quite a few, with some adaptations. This was the first, and I think I might have actually stayed true to the original pattern for a change..
It’s dress no. 202 from the 2/96 issue.
Pictures were taken outside an Independence-day party by my dear friend Tom Raz.
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