McCall Patterns - Fall 2019

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New pattern alert! So, let's just jump right in. Here's what I'll be buying:McCall Patterns #M7997


Blazers have been having a moment for the last couple of years now. Then oversized blazers became a thing. So, it's a natural fashion progression that blazer dresses would be in style again. This is a big throwback style from the 80s and early 90s. I remember wearing blazer mini dresses. I actually had on a cream colored blazer mini dress one when I met my husband back 1990. 
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It's still a style that translates in a modern way that I don't mind revisiting. 
McCall Pattern #M7996

There's a western trend going on right now. I'd like to credit Lil Nas X and his "Old Town Road" sensational hit for it.
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Plus, this dress would give me a great reason to get these boots I've been stalking:
McCall Pattern #M7993
I've been wanting a sweater or sweatshirt style dress like this. Usually when I see dresses like this in ready to wear, they're always extremely short. I love the idea of creating one for myself that won't look like a tunic.
McCall Pattern #M8009


 It goes without saying that I love this jumpsuit. So, I'll be sauntering around this come fall. Our falls are so mild that I won't have to wear a coat or jacket for a while and I'll be able to show off those amazing sleeves.
This is a pretty great pattern. And it looks like it'll be fun to make. I find lots of detailed topstitching so satisfying.

The top and bodysuit will make a great addition. 





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8 comments

  1. 7997 is definitely a throwback to my college years. I remember the popularity of this type of pattern when I worked at Piece Goods Fabric store.

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  2. These definitely bring back memories! I really am showing my age! I love them though. That jacket is amazing.

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    1. That jacket will be so fun to make!

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  3. Super crazy about them all and absolutely LOVE the Blazer dress. I can't wait to see your version.

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    1. It'll be fun to revisit that style again.

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  4. Am quite disappointed. The only thing I like is the sweater dress but does one need a pattern for it? The jackets are a bit too short for comfort and warmth.

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    1. That type of jacket is not for warmth, it's for style! It's a cute topper. And I have the benefit of living in the Deep South that during fall, I can wear that jacket, bare legs and open-toed shoes!

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