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Pattern Tour Sp50-4310

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Pattern Tour Sp50-4310

16-piece pattern originally by Simplicity, 'Shorts are joined to a waistband and have a back zipper closing.  Drawstrings at side seams are optional.  Bra is styled with gathers at center front, band at lower edge and back button closing'.  Full circle skirt with optional pockets in side seams.  Shirt features kimono sleeves, a notched collar and tie ends fastening at center front.  View 1 sleeves are three-quarter; View 2 sleeves are short. 5/8" seams are given. A 3-piece set includes the Shorts, Bra and Shirt is sold, as a 13-piece pattern, see options. The first two models show the shirt, bra...

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April Winner in the monthly $25 gift certificate drawing to EvaDress.com!

Alexandra Reynolds 1950's Capsule wardrobe dress EvaDress Patterns Gift Certificate Monthly $25 gift certificate to EvaDress.com playsuit

April Winner in the monthly $25 gift certificate drawing to EvaDress.com!

Brittany Lee in Florida Instagram-posted her #DapperDayatHome creation from pattern Sp50-3613, the 1956 Swim or Play Suit & Skirt (pattern below).   She was chosen in the drawing and received the $25 gift certificate to EvaDress.com for the month of April. Be sure to post your makes from EvaDress Patterns on Instagram and/or FaceBook by tagging (#EvaDressPatterns) and you will be automatically entered for a chance at a monthly drawing for $25 off at EvaDress Patterns! There is no limit to the number of posts you make each month (gives more chances to win the drawing!). Photo credits: Paige Mercer, Film developed by Photovision...

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Sept. 26 - Sept. 30 The Week in Patterning - 41, Most Pin Impressions for September

Alexandra Reynolds 1920's 1930's 1950's dress EvaDress Patterns hats Pinterest playsuit swimsuit The Week in Patterning Storyboard

Sept. 26 - Sept. 30 The Week in Patterning - 41, Most Pin Impressions for September

Based on 'Most Pinned' for August, the 1956 Swim or Play Suit & Skirt held a steady first among those re-pinning my patterns:   Out of nowhere, the 1934 Dinner or Street Dress followed! While the 1936 set of Hats still holds a top spot: ...and this time, the 1920's makes an appearance in the 1929 Schiaparelli-esque ensemble!

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