I said maybe I'd get another McCall's 6559 Maxi made before the summer was over...just squeaked it in last week...
I've recently seen references to the 'Dazzle' or 'Razzle-Dazzle' camouflage paint used on wartime ships during WW1...the black and white random graphic designs were visually confusing and made it difficult to determine how many ships were in a particular area and even what way they were going.
Of course, with the advent of radar and satellite imagery, that's all old stuff, but, well, I had a piece of black-and-silverish stylized print rayon/lycra jersey and I thought I could do with a little dazzle camouflage myself.
These are very nearly instant dresses. They only take a pinch longer to sew than a tank top.
And I love them with a denim jacket...
I bet I use this pattern in different lengths...but maybe not this year.
Fall sewing beckons. :-D