Antique Pattern Library Catalog. Kelly's Kitchen Sync: Steampunk Sunday: Carlo Bugatti Furniture. When steampunk first came out, it was a simple excuse for me to indulge in my own version of what an alternate world without electricity might have been.
And in this world, I like to imagine that Art Nouveau is a bigger part than Victorian. Steampunk writers, if you want to immerse yourself in fantastical design in the art and furniture world, you could certainly draw some inspiration by studying the furniture of Carlo Bugatti. Desk, 1902. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. If the name sounds familiar, yes, it’s that Bugatti. Carlo Bugatti was an Italian furniture designer who was heavily influenced by Asian and North African design. Throne, 1900. Many of his pieces are in museums; the rest — if they are authentic, and were made in his studio in Milan--go for high 5-to-7 figures. Cobra Chair, 1902. While many of his pieces had curves particular to Art Nouveau period, some of his other pieces have a slight Eastlake feel to me. Walnut Writing Desk With Chair, 1900. Madame Weigel's Patterns. Vintage/Historical Sewing Patterns.
A Collection of Free Historical Costume Patterns. 57 0ShareNew Looking for patterns for your next dress?
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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.
All you have to do is click on the link and print out the pieces and follow the directions–be sure that you are working with a metric tape measure and the correct rulers. Past Patterns. Dazespast Vintage Patterns. Mrs Depew Vintage Sewing Patterns. Vintage Pattern Marketplace. Welcome To The Catalog Of Patterns. SewTawdry: VIntage Patterns - Resizing using a sloper - Part 1. I have a lot of vintage patterns.
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. Guest Post: The Best Vintage Sewing Patterns: Free PDF Downloads.
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