McCall’s M7909 Review

Hello Sewist,

As much as I love sewing but I will never even think of doing slip stitch unless it’s only less than an inch. This sewing pattern requires slip stitch from the front to the back, no way Jose. I used my serger brother 1034DX to finish the lining, easy peasy. Yeah that’s really all.

Everything else is amazing. I love the top especially, with the deep v neckline and kimono sleeve.Did I mention, it has sewn in side piece. That means when you lift up your arms, instead of your side boobs, people sees the piece of fabric instead 🙂 How neat! The other thing that made it difficult to sew this jumpsuit is the fabric. I had to switch my needle because it wouldn’t penetrate this zebra printed fabric. I tried to iron it too but this fabric wouldn’t even budge.

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I wore this outfit out for a date. Going to the restroom with jumpsuit is never a great idea because the amount of work you have to put in to take off one simple jumpsuit is ridiculous. I needed to go so badly but the zipper was on the way! I turned my whole body around like an owl just to pull the zipper down. That was tough. Pulling up is no biggie. 
This fabric is from Joann’s. 

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Hard but forgiving result.

Sincerely,

Mary

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Mary loves to sew, crochet and cross stitch. On her downtime, she loves burying her face into books and jamming to Flamingo. She is furthering her study in hoping to be an OBGYN.

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