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Discussion in 'The Powder Room' started by Ada Veen, Dec 11, 2007.
If only I could think of someone could sow, this would solve my Christmas present problem for Mrs D.
If I only had a ginormus printer I would be set!
I think it's set so you can print it on A4 and stick the pieces together
Thanks, Ada Veen.
That dress is so pretty! I'm going to have to take the pdfs down to Staples to print them out.
The pattern has been posted a couple of times before, but it's probably better off in its own thread anyway, as I doubt many people saw it originally
I tried it out, but I've never tried to tape paper together for a pattern and they came out all wonky. It's sitting in my to be completed pile Maybe I'll work on it tonight, or maybe not
I love it! Thanks so much for the link.
Free Vintage-Inspired Slipper Pattern
Here's a link to a slipper pattern from this month's Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion magazine. I have a similar pattern for making espadrilles in a 1943 sewing book I got, just no way of currently scanning it. Even though it's not authentic, someone might still find it useful.
They're cute regardless of authenticity! Thanks for posting the link!
Thanks. I wanted to make slippers for Christmas presents this year but the was having trouble making my own pattern. This is perfect.
Free apron patterns
I hope this goes here
I ought to introduce myself, but having nothing very interesting to say, I thought I'd give you a link to
50 free apron patterns which has a small section on vintage and retro aprons.
Thanks for the link, I was thinking of making an apron and didn't know where to start!
Thank you for posting that link. I have several apron patterns but never seen this page. Thank you for sharing it! And welcome to the lounge!
This would be best in the "Free Pattern Available? List it here!" thread.
Thanks for posting it, a lot of very cute ones!
I disagree this post was plenty interesting! I've been hunting around that site and there are lots of useful ideas to be had!
Babydoll posted a lovely array of her full and half circle skirts here and I am inspired to make one (or several).
Being sometimes frugal, I scoured around for free patterns. I made a circle skirt without a pattern once when I was teaching sewing, but that was in the early 80's and need a refresher!
Half Circle: http://users.telenet.be/jbruyndonckx/pattern1.html
Half Circle: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=115741.0
That should keep me busy...now to find someone who likes math.....helllloooo hubby!!
Thanks! I think these might be able to help me make the skirt with a waist and a zipper.