Romantic Date Night Dress – McCall’s 8211 Pattern Review

Romantic Date Night Dress – McCall’s 8211 Pattern Review

I heard you wanted more beautiful dress pattern suggestions for Date Night! Well, I’ve got you covered! I love to share my latest finds with you and this dress is no exception! This dress is so romantic and flowing, I was definitely twirling all about in it! This is one you might want to add to your list!

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McCall’s M8195 Dress Sewing Pattern Review

McCall’s M8195 Dress Sewing Pattern Review

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Intro 00:00
Pattern Details / Description 00:59
My Size and Recommendation 04:25
Fabric Information 05:39
My adjustments 08:06
Outro 12:44

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McCall’s M8195
Melanated Fabrics Troy Viscose Poplin

Pattern Adjustments

I cut a size 10. Finished waist measurements were 30.5” and my waist measures 28”. The finished bust measurements weren’t given so I’m using that to decide on my size.

I adjusted this pattern to fit me better by adding more length to the waist panel. On Pieces 4 and 5, I added 1.5 inches and adjusted the patterns that way. Further adjustments are discussed in the Video Review that is shared above!

Geometric Dazzle Children’s Cardigan

Geometric Dazzle Children’s Cardigan

This cardigan pattern stole my heart at the LIBRARY of all places! I first saw this design on a trip to the library with my daughter, Nala. I saw so many other beautiful designs in this book by Kathleen Taylor. This pattern was really the one that made me actually buy the book! I have since returned the library version and now have my own version and it is wonderful! There’s a lot of patterns that I actually wanna make as gifts for loved ones but I started with my daughter first, of course.

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