Back to Mission McCall Mondays and today we are covering patterns 9121 to 9130 from 1937.
First up, Sarah who blogs over at Pattern Vault (another pattern lover) sent me a photo of the envelope for McCall 9116 which I featured in the last Mission McCall Monday post! Thanks Sarah!
First up this week is McCall 9121 which is a basic 1930's style shirtwaister with some lovely back pleating:
I'm missing images for McCall 9122 and 9123...I suspect Nargles...
Take a look at McCall 9124:
Isn't this a stunning gown? Is it just me or does the model look a bit like a more grown up Snow White?
And the back of the dress is amazing:
You can view the actual pattern envelope on this flickr stream.
I'm missing the image for pattern 9125.
Next up is the adorable blouse pattern 9126:
EvaDress has this exact pattern as a reproduction pattern in a B38! I've been contemplating getting it for quite some time!!
McCall 9127 is very practical outfit for your little boy's recreational activities:
Pattern 9128 is a slightly flared skirt pattern:
In fact, you could wear skirt 9128 under the smock pattern (9129):
I think one of my favourites this week (besides the Snow White gown) is McCall 9130:
That neckline is divine! I wonder if the scarf bit is attached to the bodice or if it's detachable? What do you think?
Do share! Which are your favourites this week?
Missing images so far: 9011, 9012, 9013, 9017, 9041, 9050, 9062, 9073, 9082, 9088, 9106, 9110, 9111, 9120, 9122, 9123 and 9125. If you want to contribute to the Mission McCall--just email me the images or pattern covers and I'll update them in the Mission McCall Mondays series. myhappysewingplace[at]googlemail[dot]com.