Vintage Pattern WANTED list

Discussion in 'The Powder Room' started by Honey Doll, Sep 12, 2008.

  1. hailey greenhat

    hailey greenhat A-List Customer

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    And The Stones! :D Plus Mary Quant is amazing <3
     
  2. Goldfish

    Goldfish A-List Customer

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    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 ...


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    @HepKitty
    Judging from your avatar pic you have the most amazing skin!
     
  3. Twinkle

    Twinkle Familiar Face

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    Vintage French Knicker Pattern

    Anyone know of any good ones or can send me a copy of their old faithfuls?

    Thanks

    Estelle
     
  4. shazzabanazza

    shazzabanazza Practically Family

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    Hi all :)

    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 :(
     
  5. HepKitty

    HepKitty One Too Many

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  6. Amy

    Amy New in Town

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  7. shazzabanazza

    shazzabanazza Practically Family

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    I REALLY want this pattern :)
     
  8. Amie

    Amie One of the Regulars

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    Right now I'm searching for the perfect 50s housecoat pattern. Big pockets required.
     
  9. HepKitty

    HepKitty One Too Many

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    thank you much! :)

    shazzabanazza that dress is gorgeous too
     
  10. shazzabanazza

    shazzabanazza Practically Family

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    I know! I love the scolloped neckline.
     
  11. deadpandiva

    deadpandiva Call Me a Cab

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    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.
     
  12. HepKitty

    HepKitty One Too Many

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    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 :)
     
  13. crwritt

    crwritt One Too Many

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    DpD do you really need a pattern for that? It looks like they give the whole thing away on the front
    of the envelope!
     
  14. deadpandiva

    deadpandiva Call Me a Cab

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    I could make one for my Blythe doll but not a real baby. I am not sure how to work out the sizing.
     
  15. Drappa

    Drappa One Too Many

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    Must have these and lost out on them :( Can anyone ID the makers?

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  16. SweetieStarr

    SweetieStarr A-List Customer

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    Hi Ladies,

    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!!!
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  17. W-D Forties

    W-D Forties Practically Family

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    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.
     
  18. kamikat

    kamikat Call Me a Cab

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    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.
     
  19. Nick D

    Nick D Call Me a Cab

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    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.
     
  20. W-D Forties

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    Bless you all, thanks!
     

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