Monday, March 14, 2016

Another 70's Missoni Print in a dress this time.[SEW WHAT Series McCall's M6835]

[Made for and modeled by my daughter Mori]


My sister put on some motivation music, so we had a little jam session in the alley!
FABRIC: FabricMart Clearance Sale $2.70 yd
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  1. What a lovely dress! Totally amazing!

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    1. Thanks, I still getting my seventies groove on and this fit the bill.

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  2. I love this style!

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  3. I've never really been crazy about Missoni prints, but I absolutely LOVE the way you've used them in this collection! Can't wait to see what you do next!

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    1. Me either! When I decided I was going to do a seventies month I thought why not, this fabric was on clearance so it wouldn't be a total loss if I didn't like them but I like them!

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  4. Like Nky - I never gravitated toward Missoni prints. I don't know that I ever will but what you've done with that fabric is Awesome Sauce.....

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    1. The patterns I sued were simple ans easy to make so that made the project even better.

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  5. I agree with some here...not a fan of Missoni prints, but you have managed to capture our attention with this "eye-catching" design! Lovely!

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    1. Mission accomplished! Thank you so much!

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  6. really cute top/dress. Your daughter is adorable.

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  7. This pattern was such a good match for this print!

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    1. I agree when the fabric came I knew exactly what pattern I was using. Surprisingly though the fabric did not as drape as I thought it would be it has some structure to it.

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  8. Michelle, this kimono is so cute on your daughter. You always choose the best fabrics, with fun prints and bold colors. Great styling and photos. It's always fun for me to go through your posts. Thanks for sharing your fabulousness. Always fabulous!!!

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    1. Thanks Anita, I like that I'm having fun and everybody is digging what I do! You know what? I methodology on fabrics is? If it's different I buy it, I don't always like the fabrics but I know that they will create something memorable to look at.

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  9. You wear that orange dress fabulously- I love it!

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  10. Wow Michelle.....I love this pattern.....tried to find but i can't......yet.....I LOVE IT AND SHE IS ROCKING THOSE COLORS..... :)

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    1. Yeah this pattern is out of print, Imma look to see if I have another copy and if I do it's yours! Drop me your e-mail via my contact form!

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