Added Jan 3, 2010
Olympic Valley, ...
I found this vintage pattern on the Etsy web site that I had to have. It lets you mix and match the different pattern pieces any way you want. I used the bodice of view B, the sleeves of view A, the neckline of view C, and added a band at the bottom. I thought the neckline would be hard but the instructions were easy to follow. I am so happy with the results! Don’t be afraid to buy and use vintage patterns. Make sure they are in good condition and are the right size for you.
I used a cotton jersey (t-shirt) knit in pure white.
Please check out my online store for more vintage patterns, sewing books, notions, old issues of Threads Magazine, and comming soon PDF patterns by me. www.mountainhoney.etsy.com
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