Category Archives: vintage sewing patterns

china plate, dinner date

I fell in love with this stretch cotton brocade from sewing and craft superstore  

It reminds me of china plates my Grandma used to collect, always in these colours. I used

I don’t often make clothes from vintage patterns, but I do have a soft spot for duster coats and 1960s fashion, so this Simplicity 1284 was ideal.

I found it really easy to both cut and sew, even with the slight stretch.

I love a duster coat as it an alternative to cardigans and it means that the warmer months are on their way.

I even found matching sunglasses…already for a summer dinner date.

 

 

End of the Year Clean Up Surprise

I came across this beautiful pattern in my pattern stash whilst tiding up my sewing space to turn it back into a dinning room for the Christmas holidays.

Its on my list to make for 2017 but I am going to have to hunt high and low for the right fabric…I can feel another fabric shopping session on its way!

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