For those of you who have been searching for this pattern, there is one up on Etsy right now. It is a little more than what I'd want to spend (I'm hoping for a thrift store find - a 49 cent price, you know?) =) and since it isn't in my size anyway, I thought I'd pass it up and mention it here!
We ladies were invited to another ladies tea (different hostess too!) and I am considering making the Titanic "Swim Dress" from Jennie Chancey's pattern that I got for my birthday. The only problem is that I'm on a "fabric fast" ie, not buying any fabric for a month. I have nothing on hand that I could use so, should I or should I not break my fast? =)
::sighs:: Don't you just love these early 20th century dresses? And I just LOVE those hats! I wonder why I could find one? Any ideas?
I hear about reenactments for lots of eras, or balls and assemblies for this time period or that one, but I don't hear much about the Edwardian era. Hmm, I wonder why? I think it would be so much fun to be in one. It would be as if I just walked out of Green Gables to visit Avonlea's General Store... I may be 24, but sometimes I feel like being about 10 years younger to be a carefree youth and dress up without having to worry that people would be looking at me strangely. =)
1930s Christmas Jumper & Grey Wool Skirt
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