As I haven't
First up some lovely ladies 1960's and 1970's dresses, a pants pattern by Bevknits and a super sweet toddlers yoked sundress/top. The dress patterns I picked up just because I liked the artworks, whereas the pants and toddler pattern may actually get used ( I can see DD in the yellow top style):
Next up some PJ and nightie patterns, you can never have too many options for sleepwear! I'm keeping an eye out for the older Kwik Sew patterns that are printed on the thicker paper, now that they have changed to tissue patterns :(
The Burda pattern is a boon since I like their "fit" more than most of the big commercial pattern houses (they seem a bit more "curvy-friendly") and the style is simple and classic enough not to date:
A roll of minty green netting/tulle:
This stuff isn't super $$$ to buy new but at $4 for a least 4 metres it's still cheap dress-ups material - plus tutus can eat up a LOT of fabric quickly once you start gathering.
Also I've seen this colour out in RTW at the moment which seems fortuitous.
Finally one of my most exciting pattern finds these past few months- a 1950's Vogue Men's pattern:
So far I've come up with "weird over sized spanner" and "misshapen trident" as explanations of what the long sleeved man is holding. I have a feeling its some kind of slider thingy for a game played on wooden decks? Actually I have no idea, if anyone can help me in identifying this...