June 8, 2012

Easy McCall's M5135




Yep, I've been playing with PicMonkey... LOL

Easy is right! LOL It was SUPER easy! Very easy to follow instructions and the pieces went together very well. Except the sleeves... Now, that was probably my fault since I lined the top and it called for bias tape.... Oh, well, I like the lace ties and so does c1! ;)

BUT I am not that crazy about the gauchos... I'm thinking I should have chosen a less busy print for THAT MUCH pant.... LOL Live and learn... LIVE and LEARN! ;)

If I were to rate this one I would give it 5 of 5. It was simple and easy. The only issue I had (besides the sleeves) was that the pattern ink was soooo faded that I could barely make it out in some parts. And I bought it brand new! :/ Not sure what was going on there. If it had been a harder pattern that really could have made a big impact.

Today's my busy day. Pay bills (BLECK) and do the main grocery shopping. Fun, exciting stuff there... Yawn. I also started a swap game over at PaperbackSwap. If you have't stopped in to check the site out, you really should. They have TONS and TONS of books. Even books about crafting and sewing! And if you are a homeschooler PBS is a DREAM resource! I have even found Abeka there! Yes! And Saxon math!!! Seriously!!!

Today is also the day I start on THIS!!! :)

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Still a little scared of it, though... ALL those buttons and that collar!! YILES!!!! Heaven help me!

But after that, maybe this??? It looks simple and easy. And yes, it says EASY on the pattern! LOL

M6313

McCall's M6313 - thinking about the dress........

With this fabric????



Not sure.... What do YOU think???

And somewhere along the way I REALLLLLY need to make those purses and pjs..... LOL

I've also been thinking about making another gingham jumpsuit but in green this time! ;)



41 comments:

  1. I love these little out fits!!! How much would you charge to make my kiddo's some?

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  2. LOL!! Thanks!!! I'm not quite ready to sell yet but I will let you know when I start!! ;) I've been thinking about starting an Etsy shop in a couple of months.

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  3. Very cute! Glad I found you from Inspiration Friday at the picket fence!
    I love to sew and have just started to get back in to it.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Thank you!! And YAY for sewing again!!! Have fun with it! :)

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  5. I think the gauchos look darling!.....and I really like your fabric choices for them. Am writing that pattern number down to get at the next 99Cent sale on McCall Patterns from the local fabric store........

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  6. Thank you!!! That's what I did! I haven't paid more than $2.99 for a pattern yet! LOL I LOVE the 99 cent sales!

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  7. Adorable! I found you thru Passion Parade Friday and am so enjoying your lovely blog!

    Please come visit me when you get a chance ~ I'm hosting my annual WEDDING BLOG PARTY and there is even a little bridal giveaway!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  8. Thank you!!! :) I will definitely check it out!

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  9. I have no talent for sewing whatsoever.. but I wish I did. I have two little girls and I'd love to make stuff for them. Found you via the blog hop. Have a great weekend!

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  10. I love your daughters outfit. sooooooooooo cute.. Great job.
    I love your upcoming plans too.. I have made the little dress and pants
    for one of my grandaughters..Turned out so cute [and easy,yea!!]
    I also made the shirt waist dress for myself.. I love,love this pattern.
    The fit is so nice.[ and forgiving for the overweight Maw,ha]. Happysewing.
    Enjoying your blog.

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  11. Thank you!!
    YAY for it being forgiving... I need A LOT of that... ;) LOL

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  12. so cute - I love the pink and purple fabric combo on M6313! Good luck on your shirt dress project, I'm sure it'll turn out wonderfully!

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  13. Alisha @ Crafty Brooklyn Army WifeJune 10, 2012 at 2:25 PM

    Very cute shirt. Stopping by from Cheerios and Latte's linky party. Here is what I shared: http://craftybrooklynarmywife.blogspot.ca/2012/06/kids-roll-up-nap-blanket.html

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  14. I would love to try something like this.
    www.blissfulsewing.blogspot.com

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  15. It was SUPER easy. I had trouble with the sleeves but I think it's because I lined the upper bodice, so I just left the sleeves off! ;) It works. LOL

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  16. so cute, I love the fabric you used

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  17. I was drawn to your post because I have a thing for eyelet. I was completely amused when my daughter's now mother in law wore a navy blue eyelet skirt to daughter's wedding rehearsal dinner, and I wore a white eyelet skirt. Great mind think alike. hanks for sharing.

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  18. Oh, how funny!!!! What are the odds? LOL

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  19. Those are just adorable... Isn't it great to be able to sew for your kids... I love it...

    Carri
    simplydonewright.blogspot.com

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  20. Thank you!! I have a lot of fun with it and the little ones love it! :)

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  21. Very cute, and that eyelet fabric is great! Thanks so much for linking this up to The Fun In Functional!

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  22. these dresses are darling, as is the fabric. love your white top too. want to invite you to come share this and participate in our linky party here: http://www.finecraftguild.com/party/

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  23. Thank you so much!! On my way to join! :)

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  24. Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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  25. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a lovely comment!! :)

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  26. Great outfit. Love that dress. Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.

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  27. I think it turned out cute! My last blog was a sewing blog...Last year my goal was to make a project a month and I did more than that. This year has been so crazy I haven't had a chance to to much. This makes me want to get back into the swing of things! I'm following you back. Thanks for stopping by my site!

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  28. Thank you so much!! And thanks for stopping by! :)

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  29. Thank you!!!
    Fingers crossed that you find the time to sew!!! :)

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  30. That is such a sweet outfit!
    Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create!
    <3 Christina

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  31. Thank you SO much!!! I am definitely thinking about making it again! :)

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  32. Congrats! You and your cute model were just featured from our All Star Block Party. You can view the post here:
    http://intheoldroad.blogspot.com/2012/06/all-star-block-party-2-features.html

    Shasta @InTheOldRoad

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  33. OMGosh!!! YAY!!!! Thank you SO much! :))

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  34. Very cute! I WISH I could sew!
    Thanks for linking up this week!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

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  35. […] week’s most popular project was an awesome eyelet shirt shared by Stacy from Stacy Sews And […]

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