This is the Winderwheedle family around 1915. My great-grandmother, Phoebe Winderwheedle, is the one in the center–the only one with a light-colored skirt! Phoebe was an incredible seamstress who made all her own clothes. She had red hair and loved to be different. I love this picture.
May 2009 archive
Woman’s dress pattern, circa 1915. Unfortunately, the pattern envelope has torn, making it difficult to see some of the wonderful details of this lovely day dress.
This is a darling pattern for a toddler girl’s dress, circa 1915. Note the embroidery and feminine detailing.
I wanted to send you pictures of the completed Beatrix Potter Outfit. It was very easy to make with your online help. Did not get the shoulders quite right, but we were very excited about how pretty she looked in it. Fun pattern to sew! ~ Lisa W. I absolutely love this outfit! I’ve never [...]
Hi Mrs. Chancey, Here are some pictures from the first Regency dress I made! I loved your pattern; it was very easy. I used a cotton fabric with little raised blue dots and a grosgain ribbon for the trim. I love this dress so much that I am already imagining a ballgown for myself! ^_^ [...]