South of town with what is, alas, not my 1947 International:
After all that work, this one is a winner. I need to take a little length out of the front bodice--it buckles unless I stand up so straight I'm almost bending over, even though the waist height is OK everywhere else--and I'll hem it just a bit shorter next time so it looks more wartime. I tend to hem skirts too long. I was bad an used extra buttons--two more on the skirt, one on each pocket, one extra on the bodice. Not good rationing, I'm afraid.