Finally, the blouse has received its skirt counterpart, brought together in this #vintageootd (vintage reproduction, technically). Both from the Simplicity #s1166 pattern! I adore them together, they’re wonderful staple garments on their own too, and the skirt has POCKETS! Highly recommend! Fabric from @fabricdotcom. Goofy YouTube video on my channel with details on how to make this blouse 🙈 it was my first video one year ago! That being said, do you have any specific patterns you would like to see made into a video project? Lemme know! ✨
I made this dress last year. At first I didn’t really care for it but now it’s one of my favourites!
It’s made of cotton so it’s perfect for a warm summer day like today.
And hey, I pin curled my hair for the first time in several months!
✨Dress made from an 1940s patten: American Weekly no.3339✨
It won’t be tooo long now, until this cardigan is finished! I tried knitting two collars, so the collar could be self-faced (in order to prevent the edges curling up), but I think that makes the collar look too chunky. I might try, as I did with my previous version of this cardigan, to face the curl-prone edges with matching rayon seam binding instead.
And I only have around 500+ ends to weave in on the inside!