I can't resist a dress with Big Full Pleated Skirt! 1960s Misses One Piece Dress with Detachable Collar: Dress has front button closing in bodice and V front neckline. Kimono sleeves are cut in one with center front and center back sections. Skirt is softly pleated. View 1 has a self fabric belt and self [...]
My favorite part of this design is the ribbon tie at the back of neck! Advance 7965; circa 1950s; "Sew Easy" Dress ... Only Four Pattern Pieces! Bodice front and Back, Skirt Front and Back. Short sleeve and wide pointed collar in one with bodice sections and seamed at shoulders. Collar frames deep V-neckline. Flaring [...]
Get an eyeful of that scalloped skirt edge detail! Advance 5691; circa 1951; Blouse with optional long, sleeveless or three-quarter Sleeve lengths. Street-length Skirt with Button or Strap Closing and Self Belt - Braid or Velvet Bias Binding Optional. Long-length Skirt with Button or Strap Closing - shown with purchased Belt. Featured in Mademoiselle magazine!
I love a great skirt and even more so when it has pockets! Advance Pattern 5529; circa 1950. A very easy to make pattern, features full half circle skirt which sits at the natural waist and has a wrap closing! So much class for such a minimal effort! Did I mention that it has pockets!?
How about that lace darling!? McCalls pattern 8035, circa 1950; Dress with fitted, illusion bodice and full skirt! Featuring misses dress and slip. Beautiful full circle skirt with wide scoop neckline made in sheer or lace, the possibilities are in the details! Slip has narrow straps darted in front and back at waistline with full skirt. [...]
I can't decide which color I like better, the blue or that yellow!? Why not have both!? Simplicity No. 3512 Misses One Piece Dress, Reversible Bolero and Sash vintage sewing pattern c 1951 The princess dress may be worn with or without straps. The princess dress may be worn with or without straps. In Style [...]
Rare pattern alert! Hard to find McCall’s 9490: circa 1953. Would you look at those French Cuffs! I'm in love! A truly regal coat- fitted for any seasonal combined with a McCall’s dress pattern, it is an ensemble! to be worn, as is, by the tall graceful figure that can carry the sweep of the skirt, [...]