Authenticity in my 1940's outfits is very important to me and for many who are involved in historical impressions. No matter what historical period you want to recreate, the principles for creating an accurate outfit are the same.
This happens to be one of the vintage sewing patterns in my collection. Sometime I will get around to using this pattern, but in the mean time I dream.
Ahhh! I have been so busy lately that I feel terrible that I am only getting one post out a week, and they are rather pathetic at that. Oh, well, hopefully I will get something done that will clear my plate up a bit. Anyway, to move on to an actual post.......
As I am sure that I have said before, accessories are very important to complete the vintage look.
I am back again. I didn't get a post out last Thursday, so I wanted to be sure to get one done today. I managed to make some progress on the skirt pattern. Previous posts on this project can be foundhere, here, and here.
I spent some time this weekend working on my skirt pattern. This is going to take some work before I am ready to make a mockup.
Sarah loves to sew, learn more about sewing, and create items with a vintage flair. Her arch enemy is clipping curves, and she has a tolerable relationship with the seam ripper.
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