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Trish S

I love all your dresses. They are so accurate to the times,the prints are spot on. And they’re so very cheerful too! I remember my grandmother wearing clothes like these. Thanks for reacquainting me with so many styles. Can I ask, did you get them all from vintage patterns? And where did you source the lovely fabrics. Thanks for blogging such a great round up.

Kristen Stoltzfus Clay

Hi Trish - Thank you! Yes, all of these except for one apron were made from my collection of vintage patterns. The fabric is almost all regular quilting cotton that you could find online or in a quilt shop, if you know how to look for vintage-style prints. I generally link or mention the details in each blog post.

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