The Little Red Dress Project – McCall’s 7504

Hello BEAUTIES! If you follow sewing bloggers/vloggers on social media for any amount of time you will have heard of #thelittlereddressproject initiated by the lovely Renata from RunningNStyle. Her goal here is to get the sewing community together and bring awareness to sewing by each of us making a little red dress of our choice for the holidays and revealing it on social media today and tomorrow! 🙂

It was an experience sewing with a color that I normally wouldn’t sew and I have to say it’s so FUN wearing a little red dress! 😉 Search the hashtag and you will come across SO many lovely sewers taking part! I hope you enjoy this sweet little holiday dress, I’ll be back with one last festive look before the week is out! Pattern Review Below! See you soon! XO


Pattern Description: Misses’ Surplice, Side-Pleat Dresses – McCall’s 7504

Pattern Sizing: 6 – 14, I cut size 10.

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

Were the instructions easy to follow? Yes.

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? The pleating details.

Fabric Used: Red Ponte Knit from Joann’s Fabric. Black Stretch Jersey for Lining from Fabric.com…Sew Something!

Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: None.

Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? Possibly in a solid black for a cocktail dress. 🙂

#Little Red Dress Project: McCall's 7504 - ROSY | PEÑA

#Little Red Dress Project: McCall's 7504 - ROSY | PEÑA

#Little Red Dress Project: McCall's 7504 - ROSY | PEÑA

#Little Red Dress Project: McCall's 7504 - ROSY | PEÑA

#Little Red Dress Project: McCall's 7504 - ROSY | PEÑA

#Little Red Dress Project: McCall's 7504 - ROSY | PEÑA#Little Red Dress Project: McCall's 7504 - ROSY | PEÑA

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4 thoughts on “The Little Red Dress Project – McCall’s 7504

    1. So glad you like the Dress! I was actually debating between this or the Burda pattern in red stretch velvet as well! 🙂 Burda 6829? I will have to give it a try eventually! Thank you for your comment, have a Happy New Year! XO

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