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Thanks for this, I'm gonna try to make this. I love cut-on sleeves, so simple and easy.
Thanks for sharing! I'll try this pattern -I think size 16 at this time was a 34" bust- and I'll post the result :)
I love the Spool Cotton booklets. I have two originals -- one of them is on my flickr account, here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/14033721@N06/sets/72157622923037569/
I've got that book, too, with my other vintage sewing books. I'll probably be reviewing them sometime in the future. . .
I'm drawing out the pattern today!
Marilyn, Do you have any more of this series?
I wish I did! Here is a partial list of them: http://vintagepatterns.wikia.com/index.php?title=Special:Search&ns0=1&redirs=0&search=spool&limit=20&offset=0How is your blouse coming?
Thank-you, will have fun making this Kennoct
Nice. Thanks for putting it up. What book/ pamphlet is this extract from?
Tj, I've shown the whole pamphlet. :)
Oh wow I see. Just checked the link you set up for the wiki as well.
Thanks for sharing this simple pattern. It is wonderful!
I'm still a bit of a rookie when it comes to making blouses, I cannot figure out how to make to eyelits with the facing pieces (maybe it's time for more coffee) something for some reason is not clicking. Any help would be appreciated :)
No patterns were given for the facing pieces for the slit and the eyelets. You need to cut some pieces from what is left that are a little wider so you can turn under and stitch down when you have finished the eyelets and slit. Sort of like making a bound buttonhole.
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