Today's post is about another McCall's 7543 that I made but this time I made view D.
My very first post on my blog was also McCall's 7543 but I made view C. The difference between the two is that the view shown on this post has a hem that is straight across on the bottom whereas the other view is curved on the front and sides. You can find that post here.
I like both of the views equally, however, I prefer this view (view D) because it covers more of my legs. I don't mind showing my legs at all but in my opinion, you get more wear out of your garments when they are more conservative. Whenever I wear the other view, I usually pair it with white leggings.
Below you will find a pattern review.
Pattern Number: McCall’s 7543
Pattern Description: Misses’ Off-the-Shoulder Tops, Tunic and Dress
Pattern Sizing: 4-26
Size That I Cut: 16
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope? Yes
Were the instructions easy to follow? Yes
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? The off the shoulder look
Fabric Used: A denim colored chambray
Where was the Fabric Purchased? Michael Levine Fabrics. You can find it here.
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: No
Would you sew it again? Yes, it’s very easy to sew up.
Would you recommend it to others? Yes