Here is the original pattern image from our website – pattern # E4925.
There is a review at the very bottom of the page that the link takes you to.
Front view of this blouse. I love the touches of embroidery at the neckline!
The shoulder tucks are very flattering – and the lace cuffs are a lovely touch.
Here is the back view of the blouse.
The shoulder tucks continue all the way down the back to the waist.
CiCi Speaks – Vintage Sewing and Retro Fun
What a surprise to open up the mailbox today and find several new photos of garments made from the VPLL patterns!
Dress # T7357 made in plaid and blue
First this lovely version of pattern # T7357. I have been wanting to make this for myself for ages – and this picture really inspires me to start to work on it.
Skirt # T1047 made in two-tone white and yellow
I’m actually working on a version of skirt # T1047 myself, in a medium weight purple wool. I hadn’t thought of making it actually in a two-tone color scheme. Below is another picture of the same skirt in a different color arrangement.
Skirt # T1047 made in two-tone plaid and blue
Then there are hats! I never get tired of seeing what someone else does to personalize, and add their own creative touches to a pattern. The two photos below are from pattern # HW001.
Hat from # HW001 - front view
Hat from # HW001 - side view
Just received this wonderful photo of the day dress made from # 0677 – the 1930’s Seven-In-One Ensemble.
The dress shown in the photo is the one on the far left of the illustration.
You can read a short review of the pattern at this link: