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September 17, 2012


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Mary Calder

As a vintage sewer of vintage paterns I've made may a written note on changes and fitting tips to remember "if I make that again". I love many of the vintage looks. Isn't it amazing how they are fresh and stylish again and again? I haven't actually used a pattern now in years but the pictures inspire a new creative spark and off I go to make something new; or is it something old? Does it matter? As long as if fits and I'm happy I don't really care if it's old fashioned, new fashioned, or refashioned. It it fits and I like the look and love the material; I'm in sewing heaven.

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