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Fabric: Navy Blue Wool and silky turquoise lining Pattern: Vogue 8884 View B Year: Classic (this design dates back to the 1700’s) Notions: Gold metallic buttons with a blue center Accessories: Hand crocheted scarf (made by me) Time to complete: a few weeks First … Continue reading
Just some of the highlights of 2015! I pledged not to buy RTW clothes and made all of my own. I posted my makes to The Monthly Stitch, Kolabora, and Sewist as well as to my blog at Zibergirl.com. I … Continue reading
Hello and Happy October! Before the weather turns cold, I wanted to make one last light-weight cotton blouse. I chose Lekala 4452 for it’s vintage style and simplicity. There are only 5 pattern pieces, and no zipper, buttons, or facings. … Continue reading
I threw my hat in the ring at the last minute and was very surprised to receive an email saying that I was one of the 10 sewers out of almost 100 auditions selected to compete in the Super Online Sewing Match … Continue reading
Happy Birthday TMS! What a great year it has been too. I appreciate all of your time and effort in creating and managing this wonderful site. You have given us the opportunity to come together and share our common interests. Thank … Continue reading
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I finished my cotton dress for the Fall for Cotton sewing challenge hosted by Roshelle and Tasha. I used the Elisabeth 1950’s dress pattern from the book BurdaStyle VIntage Modern. I really love this book, which…
That 70’s Dress For my vintage look for The Monthly Stitch, I selected a pattern printed in 1970. It was the start of a new decade, and the start of a young woman, me, in my sophomore year of high … Continue reading