Image Map

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Indygo Junction Cowl Neck Shift For Me

I decided to try out one of the Indygo Junction patterns I won from the Vintage Modern Design Challenge last month, The Cowl Neck Shift, and I'm very pleased with the pattern!

The fit was very good with just the right amount of ease and the design is simple and perfect for beginners. I didn't need to do any pattern adjustments.

I used a vintage silk charmeuse I bought last year at the Rose Bowl Flea Market.
I'm not sure how old it is.
Any ideas?
I'm thinking eighties.

The pattern has a simple casing sewn onto it with a drawstring belt.
 I like the cowl neck and it was very easy to sew. It's cut on the bias and it drapes really nicely.
 When the weather cools down I'll wear it with some tights and boots.
I would definitely recommend this pattern.
It's quick to make and the fit is good!

 The Book Giveaway is still on through Friday! Stop by to enter.


  1. So so pretty. It looks really nice on you. Great fabric choice.

  2. I like your fabric better than those on the pattern cover. :) Really cute on you!

  3. So pretty..Love the fabric and the dress looks great with the boots.. Happy sewing.

  4. You look stunning. I hope this doesn't hang in your closet, unworn. Everything about it compliments you. What a deal. Good job!

  5. A fantastic fabric for this design! It looks great on you!

  6. Very nice! The dress looks great on you.:)

  7. Great job, fab pattern and perfect fabric for it. You look great. It's very tempting!

  8. Lovely lovely design, it looks a great practical but super stylish dress. Nice fabric choice too

  9. I really like this so much more with your fabric choice, very flattering, too.


Don't be shy! Your comments are really appreciated and fun for me to read! If you have a question I usually respond via e- mail which is easier for me, being a busy mom. Please don't leave anonymous comments, instead just put your name in the Name/ URL box if you don't have an account. Thanks.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...