As you may have read, I have the honour of making my niece her graduation dress. I'm behind schedule, when I had to postpone our planned fabric shopping trip. Yes, YIKES! And now we're trying to re-cordinate our schedules to make it work for a rescheduled trip. Well, at least we can cross off pattern selection and muslin off our list. But I digress...
This is suppose to be a give-away post!
It seems like everyone is talking about Mad Men prom dresses this year. I guess all the retro inspired television programs has caught on for prom selection. And the pattern give-away too.
Sew, if you are planning on sewing a prom/grad dress or you're totally into the vintage Mad Men vibe and plan on participating in Julia Bobbin's Mad Men Dress Challenge, feel free to leave a comment on which pattern you are interested in. I will draw for your choice of one of the three patterns shown here. I just ask that you do not sell them, that you give the pattern a good home and enjoy it. I will ship anywhere. And I will draw for a winner on next Saturday, March 3rd.
Good luck and here are your choices:
|Retro Butterick 6582, semi-fitted dress with straight or flared skirt.|
Plus a vintage pair of nylon stockings, unopened.
|Retro Butterick 5603, Fitted dresses with flared skirt.|
Plus black velvet trim.
|McCall's 6466, Close fitting, boned bodice variations and choice of straight, bubbled, or full skirt. |
Plus teal blue ribbon.