This is a pattern that I wanted to try for a long time. I was a little nervous because I thought I was a little too thick for it. BUT I went for it anyway. I made some slight alterations of this pattern. So here is my version of this project, my review an my pictures. This was made for an all white party. The top is a miracle that it looks this good. I had my son to take the extra fabric left over and we threw it over my shoulder and pinned and sewed on section at a time in order to get the toga look.
Pattern Description: Fitted above mid-knee or
mid-calf length, mockwrap skirts.
(14-16-18-20) I cut a size 18
Did it look like the
photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with
Were the instructions easy to follow?
Not so easy. There were some confusing or not so clear parts with this
What did you particularly like or dislike about the
pattern?I did not like some of the bulkier parts. I also did not like that
in some areas of the pattern the instructions were not so clear. Everything else
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: Due to
the type of fabric used, please be advised that this pattern runs large. Based
on my measurements I should've had to grade this pattern up. Instead I ended up
cutting a size 18. I lengthened the skirt by 1.5" inches. I should've lined this
skirt. I will the next time I use this fabric in a light
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to
others? I am gonna make it again in black. I do recommend
Conclusion: This pattern was not so bad for a Vogue
Pattern. I expected for the instructions to be more difficult, but I am glad
that it was not. I don't feel like I need to be hesitant about sewing a Vogue