There are 3 sets, each consisting of 6 lessons. The sets are: 1) Streamedlined Sewing (I definitely need to streamline my sewing!), 2) Dressmaking for Good Grooming (interesting title), and 3)Featuring Tailoring and Dressmaking. Looks fun!
I don't knit (hoping to learn this year though) but I often see tons of knitting patterns from the 30's-60's but I haven't run across any men's knitting pattern booklets from this time period. I love the sweater styles!
This Apron Patterns Booklet (1945) is from Clark's ONT- J&P Coats. There are 15 pages and 21 different styles/sizes of aprons to make. I love vintage aprons...this booklet looks like fun!
This amazing pattern book from 1939 has a photo on each page of the dress or suit for the knitting pattern. It also has patterns for hats, purses and furs. Wow! It's a bit more expensive but I see the seller has a 'make an offer' phrase in the description. I really gotta learn to knit!!
This looks like such a cute booklet from 1941 on all sorts of fashion crafts for the home and wardrobe. There are 50 pages with a reference index.
That was fun! Ok, back to my own sewing :-)