Monday, February 10, 2014

DIY Mock Wrap Dress + Pattern Review M6884 View A



Hi Darlings!

I love when I come across a pattern and don't need to do any fitting adjustments. It is RARE that I can sew out of the envelope but this McCall pattern did just that. The pattern is fast and easy to sew up and will become a favorite for sure.

Pattern Description: McCall 6884 Close-fitting, pullover, mock wrap dresses have right front variations, tie ends and narrow hems. 

Pattern Sizing: I cut the 6

Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done with it? Yes

Were the instructions easy to follow? Very easy to understand and follow. I did not need them but did read them for the sake of the review. The dress is pretty straight forward.

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I love anything that looks like a wrap, is a wrap, fits like a wrap.

Fabric Used: Fabric courtesy of www.fabric.com (no longer available) but HERE are some options

Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: NONE

Would you sew it again? Yes, I plan to make it again.

Would you recommend it to others? I would for sure. It is a great little pullover dress.








29 comments:

  1. This is lovely #Sexytiger. All I can do at this time is Pin Pin Pin to Pinterest and circle back later to see when I can find the time to sew. Love it

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  2. I love the shoes! Where could I find them?

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  3. love it I purchased this pattern this past weekend :)

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  4. I love it! The fabric is beautiful

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  5. Love the dress. I had been looking at that fabric on Fabric.com for a while, as the saying goes you snooze you loose,lol.

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  6. A fabric design that I would find intimidating... you make it look easy peasy... but that is the point. :)

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  7. Fab print ... love this little number paired with tights

    Melissa of faith family fashion

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  8. Very nice!! This is a nice dress, and it's good to know it is an easy sew.

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  9. I'm mad I didn't get this pattern this past week at joannes sale but I will next time....u kilt this look...

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  10. Beautiful dress! I love, love, love this fabric!

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  11. I haven't checked your blog in a few days and you've created a whole wardrobe of great looking garments. How do you do it? You're an inspiration!

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  12. Amazing dress! It looks great on you! I had a look at the pattern, and on the detail pictures there, it did`nt look so "body-hugging" as it did on you. Did you choose youre normal size? Or is there an option for slim-edition or non? I really liked it, but would prefer if it was`nt so tight around the hips...:D
    And amazing fabric shoice!

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  13. Omg, that is the most stunning, accentuated, made for my boobs dress I hv ever seen, who can I get to sew this on me, id wear my long 3' wedge heel boots, for sure, Thank you my niecy for showing it to me!!! Yvette Wright,,,,

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  14. Is there another fabric option so it won't be so clingy? I love wrap dresses but this would not be appropriate for me to wear to work and my religious services...thanks!

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mimi g.