Easter Best: Sewing for the Girl–Sunshine Sundress

I made this. From a sheet that a friend gave me. I used McCall’s 6077 vintage pattern. I added the detail on the bodice because the placement of the buttonholes that the pattern indicated and I stupidly followed were, let’s just say, VERY unfortunately positioned, and I HAD to do something to cover them up.

My goal is to be in bed before midnight, and I’m 4 minutes late. ‘Night!

madmim sewing_mccalls 6077 vintage

madmim sewing_mccalls 6077 vintage

madmim sewing_mccalls 6077 vintage to go!





  1. Posted April 3, 2012 at 3:19 am | Permalink

    Using the knots to regulate the length as in a salopette makes it just lovely.

  2. Posted April 7, 2012 at 6:09 pm | Permalink

    I agree, I just love those knots, it is Sooooooooooooooo darling. Now I am just wondering where those buttons were. 😉

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