My 1950s vintage dress is complete! This post is part TWO, where I make the skirt and finish up the bodice. I suggest you read part ONE before getting stuck into this post. You can find that post here.
A slip is a vintage wardrobe staple that has been sadly lacking from my vintage wardrobe for some time. With the UK in lockdown, I decided to make the most of my free time and fill a few gaps in my wardrobe.
Christmas is well and truly here and this year I am celebrating by making my very own Christmas dress. Corny Christmas fabric? Check. Super easy pattern? Check. Well then, let’s go!
I recently had the opportunity to be a test knitter for the latest pattern from Poison Grrls, The Rizzo Blouse. Being a test knitter is something I have always wanted to try, and it was such a pleasure to work with Amy.
The pattern is GORGEOUS. I love to knit vintage patterns but they can be so crazy. Literally, scratching your head, turning things around. Constant WTF.
But the Rizzo Blouse is knitted in one piece, top down. No funny yokes, no side ways construction. Yes please.