Friday, July 17, 2009

1955 part 2


Finished McCall's 2033 sz 4. It was fairly easy to assemble. I was surprised to find it ran big. Vintage patterns generally run smaller than today's counterparts. I had to take in the waistband several inches to fit Baby. She is pleased with her "cock-a-doodle-do" outfit. The split pant cuff was very easy to do and I will be adding that touch to more patterns. Next up on my sewing agenda are the Winona pants!







13 comments:

Clare Marie-Therese Duroc said...

It's absolutely adorable! The photos are all beautiful, and so is your daughter.

The Thrifty Countrywoman said...

That is the cutest outfit. Your daughter a sweetie too! Love little girls in braids. She's lucky to have such a talented mama!

Leigh said...

That is fabulous!!! Those fabrics are perfect for it too!

Celia said...

Fantastic photos, beautiful daughter and very good choice of fabric. I love the whole outfit, but I particularly like the top. Well done!

Natalie said...

You are such a pro!
I was looking at each fabulous picture and thinking "Cute, cute, cute," and then I saw the chicken!
Now you're just messing with me!
***applause***

julie k said...

This is lovely! You did a fabulous job. I love the pattern and the fabric.

Pom Pom said...

I love the little flip up for a cuff! How cute! Way to go! YOU are talented!

nonni ru said...

Overall 5 stars!

kboyer3 said...

Amazing as always! Love it! I am lurking here looking for your next post! Gotta see those pants!!

Pam said...

So cute!

Emily Fay said...

... it has become nice Fantastically.... the materials simply everything... a great little hand they have for these things;)

Lots of love Marion

Anonymous said...

I love this so much! love LOVE it!

Maggie said...

This is the best outfit I have seen on ony sewing blog...I'm not kidding. Really, really beautiful.