Well as you know we’re in the new house, all is unpacked and yesterday we had our nearest and dearest over for a housewarming. So lovely to have our friends over and the next generation ( not star trek – just our mates awesome kids).
Now the dust has settled I’m in the mood to SEW!
I took a little trip out to my local John Lewis last week and picket up this gorgeous fabric for half price but now I’m stuck on what to make with it.
A dress? Yes, but which one?
These are the three I have to choose from:
(also considering making the coat in the heavy gold satin I brought back from Vegas)
I’m favouring the Simplicity or Vogue at the moment, the Butterick is gorgeous but it’s quite a similar shape to other dresses I’ve made in the last year and I’d like to try something different.
Any feedback/help in making my mind up will be appreciated. What would you make?
Up for grabs this month is this Vogue Designer Original vintage late 70s Belinda Bellville fitted and flared, bias back-wrapped dress.
It’s suitable for soft fabrics (challis, wool crepe, wool jersey, lightweight double knits etc).
It’s a 36 Bust.
The pattern is uncut and in mint condition.
If you’d like to enter comment on this blog below:
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If you do all three you’ll get three entries.
Competition open until midnight on 31st May. I’ll announce the winner on 1st June.
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