Today’s Pattern Story: Simplicity 1374

Simplicity-1374

Mavis: I spent all last night sharpening my sleeve-wings—if I don’t draw first blood in this year’s Dirigible Dollies Derby, I’m just going to plop myself right down and cry!

Doris: Don’t worry, dear, I’m sure you’ll shred the other girls—you always do! Fingers crossed that this is the year I take the Puppy Picnic Princess crown!

Mavis: Either way, we go halfsies on the judge, right?

Doris: You betcha! I think he’s almost recovered from last year.

(Pattern from .)

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Today’s Pattern Story: Vogue 7337

Vogue 7337

Kelli: Honey, what did I tell you about wearing your hair like that?

Shelli: I can’t remember … something about hands? No, I remember now, something about handles?

Kelli: If you want to be a black belt like me, Shelli, you have got to take this seriously.

Nelli: No talking in the dojo! I may be the smallest Sith Lord, but I can still kill both of you with a thought.

(pattern is available )

Today's Pattern Story: Simplicity 2898

 

Pink: What’s my cue, again?

Green: I say “Double-cross me, will you?” and turn around, and then you say —

Pink: Oh! I remember: “I thought you were safely bringing up the rear, but it’s curtains for both of us, now!”

Green: I don’t know why you can’t remember this.

Pink: I just want this dumb play to be over and have it all behind me.

Green: You kind of have that now.

[image of Simplicity 2898 courtesy of .]

Today's Pattern Story: Simplicity 2032

Blue: What’s that?

Red: It’s a bird … it’s a plane …

Blue: It’s a goddamn drone, that’s what it is.

Red: Hold on, I’ll go get my .22.

This pattern (and , where the the women in the illustration are looking quizzically into the sky, ah the 1940s) is at .

An aside: I’m really, really feeling this particular style of skirt right now. It’s a great combination of length, wearing ease, simplicity of construction, and POCKETS. It doesn’t take much in the way of yardage, either. ( are a .)