Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Resistance is futile...or why I am adding a new yummy pattern to my stash

 I couldn't walk away, I just couldn't.  McCall 4114....I think I am in love.  This pretty pattern is coming home to me from the amazing etsy shop called 'Miss Betty's Attic'.  She's got an AMAZING assortment of 1930's and early 40's patterns (as well as 50's and 60') and what's even better?  She's giving readers of this blog a 10% discount to her etsy shop!!  Just enter the code: SEWHAPPY

That's what I am right now :)

12 comments:

  1. What an amazing pattern, it's going to look fab on you!!! I'm heading straight over to Miss Betty's Attic now...whoop!

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  2. It's lovely. The version on the left is so pretty.

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  3. Oh man, the pretties!! She has some fantastic patterns!

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  4. Please please please tell me you are making the one in blue because I think it is just divine!! You would look smashing in it :)

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  5. Eeep! That's definitely one worth snatching up!

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  6. I agree! I love the version with no collar. Definitely worth it.

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  7. Wow, thanks very much for the tip Debi! I've ordered two- the pedal pushers (in my waist size no less!) and a cutesy dress. Thanks again!

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  8. Ooooh, gorgeous! Which one are you going to make first - the blue version or the red?

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  9. Debi,
    Thank you for letting me be part of your wonderful blog. I will be reading and waiting to see your dres you make from this wonderful patterns and all of your other fab finds. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you on your fashion journey.

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  10. That's an amazing pattern Debi! Can't blame you for snapping it up.

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  11. Thanks everyone! I'm definitely planning on making the blue version first!! And thank you Miss Betty for being so generous with the discount!! :)

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I read each and every comment--thank you so much!

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