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McCall's pattern of dress design from Nikki Poulos from the show Fashion Stars. Macy's bid and got this design and sell the dresses..guess what Macy's SOLD out of this design. But no worries, you can make it yourself. I'm not a pattern kind of sewer. Usually I just make things from other things. Pattens make my head hurt, lol. But I must try this retro maxi dress for my young adult daughter. She would look absolutely stunning in this. And it looks SO comfy!

M6744 Misses' Dresses Retail Price: $18.95 Our Price: $11.37 ClubBMV Price: $9.10   (About ClubBMV)

McCall's Misses' Dresses - M6988 Yoke, princess lines and a frill. With long or short sleeves or sleeveless - a versatile pattern

Free (and gorgeous) pattern. In multiple sizes. [gotta get more fabric :)]

Vogue 9021 - Very Easy, Very Vogue; Fitted dress has front and back extending into sleeves, low armholes, back zipper and hemline slit. FABRICS: Wool Flannel, Crepe, Broadcloth, Lt. Wt. Linen.

Like the idea of a dress that fits well. Might be worth having a simple good fitting pattern over other fancier patterns especially since I want to do a tone on tone embroidery which will provide enough details.

May have to drag out the sewing machine- warm summer nights will be here soon and these look perfect!

Lace and chiffon combo, perfect for bridesmaids dresses, special occasions. McCall's sewing pattern M7090.

M6028 SUGGESTED FABRICS: Broadcloth • Cotton Blends • Lightweight Linen • Wool Crepe • Silk Rayon. Additional Fabric may be needed to match stripes, plaids or one-way design fabric.

HAVE IT. Simplicity 2217, sheath-style dress with crisscross bust pleating and wide waistband. Cotton, challis, lightweight wool, linen, laundered rayon, etc. Yardage (sleeveless): 2 7/8 (45"), 1 5/8 (60"). Yardage (short sleeve) 2 1/8 (45"), 1 7/8 (60"). Yardage (three quarter sleeve): 2 7/8 (45"), 2 (60")

nother possible M-O-T-B dress I'm seeing the neckline placket thingy beaded or using some really intricately beaded lace