Monday, June 24, 2013

Shop my Vintage Pattern Stash!

One of the things I noticed when moving--was how many patterns I have!  I've decided to sell a few of my treasured patterns to get them out into the sewing world and also to add to my sewing room makeover piggy bank :-)

I'm offering all my readers a 10% discount on these patterns in my Etsy shop.  Just use code 'SEWINGHAPPY' at check-out!

Here's a few of the patterns I've just listed (you may recognise some of these!):

McCall 3193, gown pattern from 1939:

McCall 8501, cape pattern from 1935:

McCall 4051, dress pattern from 1941:

Economy Design E98 and E84, two pinafore patterns from the 1950s:

McCall 9759, sundress, blouse and scarf pattern from 1938:

Vogue 6625, 1960s mod dress pattern:

McCall 7143, 1960s sheath dress with neat panels:

McCall 9156, dress and jacket pattern from 1937:

Man, I LOVE vintage patterns!  Aren't they great?

8 comments:

  1. Yay! Just snagged the sheath dress with panels!

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  2. Was so busy I didn't check blogs until too late to snag that wooon-derful cape pattern, which I coveted the moment you blogged it. Congrats on a near-sellout!
    ;-)
    D'el

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  3. Aw! I was hoping to catch the cape too! Oh well. Like I really need another project.

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  4. haha i've been stalking you on Etsy and didnt even know it!

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  5. You're killing me!!! That 1935 cape? Ahhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!

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  6. Oh, and of course it sold yesterday! Now you're REALLY killing me lol. What a lucky duck that buyer was...

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  7. I wanted the cape too! Lucky buyer indeed.

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  8. Perhaps the McCalls 8501 Cape buyer was Lady Amanda Harlech for Barbour Gold Label. Her F/W 2014 Pirouette Cape is a copy with the cape hemmed at hip height.

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I read each and every comment--thank you so much!

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