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May 2, 2014Vintage Sewing Shopping Roundup – Eyecatcher Edition
This week, I’ve got an assortment of patterns for you that caught my eye as I was browsing online – let’s take a look!
First up, this Butterick 4445 Top & Belt smock with yoke and hood
Not sure precisely why, but I find something about the view with the hood really appealing. I wouldn’t do it in a floral, but in the right fabric I think I would like this a lot!
This is a great basic pattern, but that’s not what caught my eye – I am intrigued by the view in the photograph – was that the print of the fabric? An iron on? A shirt reconstructed using this pattern?
Then, we have this Style Sewing Pattern 1274 – Vintage 1975 – Ladies’ Dress in Two Lengths
I do love a maxi dress. I also love how these dresses have a bit of a 70′s-does-30′s vibe.
Then, we have this VINTAGE HTF ORIGINAL 18″ LITTLE LADY DOLL CLOTHES PATTERN
What caught my eye on this one is the dress on the bottom left. Forget this dress for a doll, I would love something like that for myself!
And finally, we have this Vintage Kwik Sew Ladies Knickers And Quilted Vest Pattern
I have a friend who totally rocks the knickers look and looks super cute doing it. This pattern has got me thinking maybe I should try a pair?
Have a great weekend, everybody!
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