A Trip Back to the 50’s

What dress will I make? Was the first thing I though after finding out about an upcoming 1950’s murder mystery dinner.

50s Murder Mystery Dinner at Studebaker Museum

Murder Mystery Dinner=Let’s Make a Dress

After some searching, my dress of choice was Butterick 4790 formerly Butterick 6015, the extremely popular walk-away dress. It is totally fuss-free with the back and front all in one piece. Fast easy to sew and fit too! I will be making this again.

Butterick 4790 formerly Butterick 6015

Butterick 4790 formerly Butterick 6015

Butterick4790 sketch

Butterick4790 sketch

I did a tie closure for both front and back to make it event easier to throw on and “walk-away”.

The dress kind of looks like a crossing guard vest on the hanger with the ties.

The dress kind of looks like a crossing guard vest on the hanger with the ties.

fuss free back

I like hand stitching my hems.

I like hand stitching my hems.

Lesson: It takes forever to hand hem a circle skirt!

Lesson: It takes forever to hand hem a circle skirt!

This dress makes me want to twirl

This dress makes me want to twirl

Back view Butterick 4790

Back view Butterick 4790

Ready to "Walk-Away" the 50's in Butterick 4790

Ready to “Walk-Away” the 50’s in Butterick 4790

It was a great time and a great pattern find.

Sister and me had a blast

Sister and me had a blast

50s at the Studebaker museum

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