This is why the Make Nine is kind of unrealistic to me. I don’t get inspired with pieces, unless I have the pattern or a fabric I’d love to be used for it. I recently made this haul of patterns from an Etsy store, Historically Patterns. (yes all of these came from that one store!) All ranging in prices from $2-$8. Definitely will be purchasing from there again. The older patterns were all sent in individual wraps. Love it! But anyway onto the patterns…
This is a 1950s baby doll pjs pattern! I’ve been wanting a set like Frenchy (I think?) has in the scene of Sandra Dee in Grease. And when I found this one I had to get it! And it’s in my size!!
I’ll probably make one out of this seersucker gingham fabric I’ve had for ages. From Hancock fabrics (RIP 😢)
Got this teen fashion blouse pattern from the 40s! I’ve never done a pattern that has the pieces not printed on so that’s going to be a challenge!
Also bought this cotton with orange flowers and a navy background. Reminded me of an 1940s fabric so I had to pick it up. From Jo Ann’s fabrics.
Also have another 1940s teenager fashion pattern. ( I honestly thought teenagers didn’t really happen till the 50s, but I guess I’m wrong). The pattern is a little torn but I don’t mind it. It is about 70 years anyway!
This dress pattern from the 60s, is like all the other ones I have, but it has a jacket to match! So I decided to get it cause sewers logic haha 😬
I did get this really cute 1970s set, with a crop top and a maxi skirt. Definitely out of my comfort zone but I love the crop top! So I thought I would try it out.
This is the newest pattern I have but reminds me of Collectif’s Phoebe top and I LOVEEEEE that top, so I figured I can make more in different colors!
The most basic pattern I got but I figured it’ll be the most used. Either by making slips or just basic dresses… which I don’t own. (kinda bad habit, but I love extra dresses.)