Enjoying this Summer Solstice
It is a gorgeous day, this first day of Summer. I am thoroughly enjoying it even though I am at work and currently on my lunch hour. Decided to post one of the garments I have made over the last couple of weeks. I needed (you see I said needed) something to wear to a retirement party on last week and I did not want to spend hours and hours making something. I knew I wanted something quick and easy that looked (to the untrained non-sewist ) as if it took a while. I had this gorgeous fabric ( I think anyway) that was gifted to me. I like the feel of the gauzy fabric and the print and I knew I wanted a jumpsuit. It actually came out just like I wanted it to and I really enjoyed wearing it. I will have to post that picture later as someone else took it for me and I don't have a copy as of yet.
Pattern Description: McCall’s 6083, jumpsuit in three lengths.
Fabric Used: Gauzy cotton combination which was gifted to me. Love the vintage look of the fabric.
Pattern Sizing: (14-16-18-20-22)
Were the instructions easy to follow? This pattern was self-explanatory and I didn’t need the instructions.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? Nothing other than I just liked the pattern.
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: I adjusted the waist in the front about 2 inches as it was too long because I have a short waist.
Would you sew it again? Probably not as one thing I have come to realize about myself. There are not too many things I want to make duplicates of and I have too many patterns that I want to make as well.
Get out and enjoy this beautiful beginning of summer and as always, Happy Sewing.