Posted on: June 25, 2022 Posted by: Ashish Comments: 0



Making a 1950s dress using a vintage pattern and some vintage fabric. This is Part ONE, in which I make the bodice of the dress. Part TWO will follow next week with making the skirt and, of course, the grand reveal. Watch it here https://youtu.be/jBX-V1PmaMU

The in-depth sleeve tutorial I made using this dress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agFB5lmlEN4

For more information about the supplies I used in this video see below:
Please be aware that these may be affiliate links.
My sewing machine: https://www.bernina.com/en-GB/Machine…
The fabric: From H&F Haberdashery and Fabric, Brighton https://haberdasheryandfabric.co.uk/
The sewing pattern: Simplicity 3274 – https://vintagepatterns.fandom.com/wiki/Simplicity_3274
Pattern available to buy on Etsy: – AD http://tidd.ly/18ff324b
Traditional Interfacing: – AD http://tidd.ly/35e82bb6
Angled Scissors: – AD https://www.awin1.com/cread.php?awinm…
Curved ruler aka Patternmaster: https://www.morplan.com/gb_en/pattern…
It doesn’t cost you anything extra, but if you purchase something through these link I make a small commission for referring you. This helps to fund more sewing projects!

Music:
Original music composed and performed by Ray Vogt’s Songbook: https://www.youtube.com/user/rayvogt1
Used with kind permission.

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