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Discussion in 'The Powder Room' started by Honey Doll, Sep 12, 2008.
And The Stones! Plus Mary Quant is amazing <3
the sixties (and lanvin) are my weakness...
Is there any chance of finding similar patterns to these Vintage Vogue ones?
I can't see myself paying that much for a pattern anywhere in the near future ...
(sleeveless blouse with bow)
Judging from your avatar pic you have the most amazing skin!
Vintage French Knicker Pattern
Anyone know of any good ones or can send me a copy of their old faithfuls?
Im into collecting vintage patterns and Im about to sew my first vintage dress. I have a Butterick pattern (repro) for a 1952 dress.
There is a really nice Simplicity one I want: 3045. It was on Trademe months ago and I bid on it but someone bid $1 dollar higher then me and I dipped out on it
I posted the picture of this a while ago but it didn't have the pattern info. I love the bustle!
Oooh, this is GORGEOUS! If I find it, I'll let you know...
I REALLY want this pattern
Right now I'm searching for the perfect 50s housecoat pattern. Big pockets required.
thank you much!
shazzabanazza that dress is gorgeous too
I know! I love the scolloped neckline.
I must find this patter but for less than $35.00. My friend is pregnant and having a girl and she really need this dress.
I'm so sorry I just noticed this! Honestly I've had a lot of skin issues even in my advanced age, I think it was a lucky shot on a good day. thank you
DpD do you really need a pattern for that? It looks like they give the whole thing away on the front
of the envelope!
I could make one for my Blythe doll but not a real baby. I am not sure how to work out the sizing.
Must have these and lost out on them Can anyone ID the makers?
I haven't been on here in forever! Nice to see all of you again. I am looking for a pattern and I'm sure there must be one out there for this, but have not been able to find it in my Etsy searches.
I want to make this dress that Gina Lollobrigida wore in Come September.
Any help for a pattern would be great - thanks!!!
Pattern for high waisted trousers?
I'm currently doing a short basic garment construction course and want to make myself a pair of high waisted wide legged trousers, side buttoning. I have murder with trousers as I am 'petite' (read, short!).
Can any Loungers in the UK reccommend a commercial pattern for these? I have looked but can't find anything suitable and I want one I can just buy over the counter if possible.
Do you have access to modern Vogue patterns? 2988 is a great high waisted trouser. It has a back zip, but once you have the pattern fitted properly, it would be easy to change it to side buttons. Simplicity has two repro trousers patterns, 3688 with a waist band and 4044 with no waistband. They are both side zip, but again, once the fit is perfected, it's easy to change that zip to buttons.
Check out EvaDress.com. She has a few patterns for high, wide-legged trousers. My wife has made the 30s dungarees and 30s side-button trousers, and has another pattern for the 40s style. Great patterns, and the shipping to the UK is not bad.
Bless you all, thanks!