A Few Threads Loose: Making Your First Dress - A Lesson from 1927. I just keep finding things inside of my Woman's Institute lesson books!
This time I was looking through Dressmaking - Perfection in Details and this flyer was tucked in the back. It was most likely included in the mail order coursework as part of the Dressmaking Program. It mentions a few commercial patterns that one could purchase to make these looks including Ladies' Home Journal 5146, Butterick 1390, Butterick 1561, Pictorial Review 4006, and Ladies' Home Journal 5503. Enjoy! Oh, and in other news, look what I just finished! 1800s. 1920s Mode Pratique vintage French sewing pattern supplements-Flapper fashions! EvaDress.com – EvaDress Patterns. Madame Weigel's Patterns. Guest Post: The Best Vintage Sewing Patterns: Free PDF Downloads. The best patterns & supplies for your historical frillies & fancies – Old Petticoat Shop. The Vintage Pattern Files: 1940's Sewing - Quick & Easy Summer Wardrobe Patterns. Quick & Easy Summer Wardrobe Patterns 1948 Woman & Beauty July 1948 Self Draft / All Sizes Kindly reproduced by Miss Rayne who blogs over at Vintage Chic.
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Most of them are not in my size. One day I told myself, "no more buying vintage patterns if you aren't going to do something with them. " So I decided to try resizing one of them to fit me. I chose a 1940’s Vogue Couturier design pattern, number 380. It included a "fitted jacket with small inset godet at centre of dropped back-line. There are various methods to resize a pattern. 1. Like many patterns from the 1940’s, the pattern pieces have no printing on them. I find non printed patterns difficult to “read”. From these I learned the back is cut on fold with a faced slit opening at the top. 2. I don't want to cut up the original pattern so I make a copy of it. Then I remove the pattern from underneath the tracing paper and mark all the seam allowances dart and tuck lines, hem lines and waist line with a marker and ruler so it looks just like a commercially printed pattern. 3. My slopers are heavy cardboard. 4. 5.
Back Horizontal Adjustments– Collecting vintage sewing patterns - a guide from the Sewing Palette. For an overview of practical matters, A Beginner's Guide to Pattern Collecting by Jennifer Warris is an excellent place to begin.
Jennifer's guide hits all the points you need to consider (including quite a few you've probably never thought of) and it's easy and enjoyable reading. Although originally posted in 1999, the guide remains pertinent today. One thing we would update: the book A Century of American Sewing Patterns 1860 - 1959 Identification and Price Guide by Lori Hughes has been supplanted by other resources. For your next step, we recommend the vintage patterns overview written by Vintage Fashion Guild members Karen Gray and Elizabeth Bramlett. Antique Pattern Library Antique Pattern Library. Conditions of Use By downloading the files, you are agreeing to the following conditions: The files are scans of books which are now in the public domain.
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So Vintage Patterns - 1948 « Vintage Patterns Dazespast Blog. Enjoy these three lovely vintage 40′s Dress patterns This type of system is similar Lutterloh and other systems and one of the easiest for pattern making in my opinion.
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