As many of you may know by now Lucky Lucille is hosting Sew for Victory, a 1940's inspired Sew-along.
I am scrambling to participate but seem to have many an abundance of small projects piling up on my sewing table that are in some form of progress. We'll talk about those later, back to the Sew-along.
I have been trying not to over commit to ... I mean we all suffer from too little time too many projects, but I really want to participate in this sewing along and I had just purchased the perfect pattern that would help me keep things simple, Simplicity 1962 version B.
If you have been following along with the posts on Lucky Lucille you'll know that for notions I have a blue slide fastener as zippers were typically called back then and while my pictures do not correctly reflect it the button I purchased has a look similar to some of the buttons Rochelle posted from the Sears catalog pictures from the 1940's.
I also thought this small print fabric reminded me of fabrics you might have seen. However, the fabric is a silk chiffon, which from what I can recall would not have been easy to find with the rationing going-on.
Project photos are due March 29th which means I need to get the fabric and pattern cut pretty quickly and get to sewing! Are any of you participating? What are you making?