I made this apron back around Christmas time but due to a very busy schedule I’m only now getting pictures posted. It is made from Simplicity 4282, view E in a really pretty cotton print bought just for an apron. I’ve decided I really like the print and style and the only thing I would… Continue reading Vintage Apron
This is the nightgown I made to go with my housecoat. It is the same pattern my sister used for hers and she very kindly allowed me to use it as well. Thanks, sis! 🙂 I made it in 100% cotton I bought on clearance at Jo-Ann’s and cut it on the bias. It was… Continue reading Vintage Nightgown
This was a fun project to make and so incredibly simple! All I did was draft a yoke pattern and then cut the skirt to fit the yoke, leaving enough excess to make some nice full gathers. Adding the vintage-looking lace I’ve had in my sewing box for ages gives it a nice touch, I… Continue reading Vintage Inspired Apron
Yes, that is what this color is called and even though it isn’t the prettiest name, I like saying it. 🙂 So, I finally finished this project and now have pictures to share, not only of the housecoat but I will also post pictures (later) of the nightgown I made to go with it. 🙂… Continue reading Eucalyptus Vintage Housecoat
Tracing a vintage forties pattern is fun, especially when the paper is in pristine shape. Finished pictures coming soon!
I made this from a vintage pattern with only minor changes. I’m not sure but vintage patterns might be easier to work with, this one at least was easy. Next time I think I’ll make it in a summer weight fabric…:-)For now this will be packed away for next winter.*sigh*
My outfit today is one of my favorites. Simple collared blouse with blue-on-blue floral stitching all over it and a western skirt my sister passed on to me. It is one of my favorites and I wear it often, hence the slight fading. 🙂 Shoes were borrowed from my sister for the picture. Thanks, sis!… Continue reading WIFD – Day Five – Thursday