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Saturday, June 1, 2013

DIY Butterick Pattern B5886

To all my Curvaceous Women,

Welcome aboard to the first of what will be many blogs to come.

Ok, so I was trying to figure out what to wear/buy to my daughter's high school graduation and I couldn't find a darn thing that wouldn't make me look old. I decided to look for a pattern to make my own garment and I did just that, the Butterick B5886 view B.

I'm very new to sewing and with having taken only 2 sewing classes, I knew this would be challenging. Yeah, you can say I'm learning as I go, which is the amazing thing.

I had an incredible time making this dress and the end results was amazing.

Butterick B5886

Pattern Difficulty: Easy

Fabric Used: Seersucker from Joann Fabrics

Pattern Cut in Size: 22

Fitting: Spot-On

Alterations: None

Would I recommend this pattern: Yes

Specifications: Lined dress has close-fitting mock wrap bodice with pleated waist, front extending into ticked back neckline, side zipper, very narrow hem and self belt.

I'll be making view A very soon, love this dress!

I'm very new to blogging but stay tuned, there will be more exciting things to come as I learn my way in the blogging world and better pictures as well.  Please excuse the items shown in the photos, although, not bad for my first blog, I'm excited about sewing!

Dee's doing it the Plus Style Way!





Me and my daughter at her graduation luncheon!