Designer Wearables & Gifts by Mary Mulari. More than an applique...
Celtic Iron-On Transfers, Dover Needlework Series. Designed by Courtney...
Dianne Durand's Smocking Stitches No. 1005, Revised Edition. 1980's...
Applique the Kwik Sew Way. Over 160 patterns complete with detailed...
Jones New York sewing pattern for women's shirt, jacket, skirt and pants. Designed by Rena Rowan of Jones New York for Butterick. Wide legged pants, shirt style dress, jacket which can double as a shirt and skirt are all included in this pattern. It even includes instructions for an elasticized belt to accent your waist. You can sew a whole wardrobe with...
Slim and tight fitting bride and bridesmaid wedding gowns. Sew this vintage McCalls sewing pattern with the slim style all the way to the hem or with the full gathers at about the knees. Beautiful open, cutout back. Detachable train. Petite-Able.
This 1950s sewing pattern has 4 versions of women's tops - two with short crop top styles which button up the back. Long versions have a side zipper. Sleeveless. V-neck and scoop necklines. Tight fitting and figure hugging styling so popular in the 50's.
This Advance dress sewing pattern has a slim, wiggle style skirt. Blouson style bodice with 3/4th length and short sleeves. The slim skirt has a pleat in back for easier walking and movement. Button up front with nice wide collar. Classy and classic styled dress vintage sewing pattern from Advance.
Vintage culottes and shorts womens sewing pattern. Butterick No. 3739. There are 4 different styles of A-line pantskirts, culottes and shorts you can sew with this pattern. All have pockets, are above the knee and have optional belt loops. Great for golf, sports, camping, casual wear or just plain, hot summer weather. A great, vintage sewing pattern for...
A 1920's dress sewing pattern from McCalls! It has a drop waist which was so popular in that era. There are several different collar styles available in the two versions of this nice dress. Long and short sleeves - button up front. You can sew yourself a nice twenties style dress with this pattern! Authentic pattern - not a download or reproduction.
This cute little dress has five different versions - any one of which you can make for the little girl in your life! Lacy or otherwise caped sleeves or make them puffy. Long or shorter knee length, with or without the ruffle at the bottom. You can even make it slightly peasant style.
Make yourself a nice casual outfit or semi-casual suit with the separates in this vintage sewing pattern from Simplicity. A top which can do double duty as a shirt or a jacket with patch pockets. A below knee skirt with pleats in front for comfort and side pockets for your hands. And, to top it off a pair of pants to complete the whole outfit!
Have fun making and creating your own purse from the 1960's! This kit is for the Wonder Weave Handbag from the National Handcraft Institute and is from their Fad of the Month Club. Everything you need to create this lovely bag is here.
Great sewing pattern from Simplicity and the 1950's! This evening dress which would be fun to wear to any party or event. Scalloped neckline with on or off the shoulder versions. The full, below the knee skirt of this gown can be sewn with pleats or with gathers.
Retro Butterick sewing pattern for a professional looking women's suit - slim fitting skirt and jacket. The jacket in this pattern is fitted and lined with a peplum in the back. The straight skirt has princess seams, waistband and ends in the mid-calf area. A remake of an earlier Butterick pattern from 1947.
A very nice woman's slip-on blouse with convertible collar and different sleeve lengths from the 1930's by Pictorial Review Pattern Company.
Vintage, womens shirt sewing pattern. No. 7353 Simplicity. Scarf pattern is also included. Wear it on your head or around your neck for different looks. Long sleeved, sleeveless and short sleeved styles. Notched collar. You can sew professional clothing for work or casual wear for at home with this pattern. A nice vintage pattern from Simplicity.
Lovely & elegant is a good way to describe the wedding dress in this vintage sewing pattern from McCalls! Gentle fullness of the hips with pleats at the sides in both front and back. Sleeveless with the option of sewing the included jacket pattern in one of your favorite fabrics or use the fitted jacket as the bodice itself for 3/4 length sleeves....
Great sewing pattern for a lady's boudoir from Butterick! Besides the lovely lingerie, this pattern also has a nice wrap style robe or coverup, a wrap for your head, beautiful bag for your trinkets or lingerie, pillow for your neck and head, and slippers for your feet. Everything to help you feel cozy and comfortable!
Cute embroidery transfers from Pictorial Review No. 13102. Scenes of all kinds of tableware like cups, saucers, wine glasses, teapots and more. Vintage and dainty styles of hand embroidery for your linens and more. Uses outline, running, lazy daisy and french knot stitching. Envelope only.
Great flapper style dress pattern from the 1920s! Pictorial Review No. 3080. It has a drop waist and below the knee length. Jazz it up with an optional vestee. Even embroider it if you want. The dress comes in long and short sleeved versions. You can sew a fun, vintage style dress with this Pictorial Review pattern!
Short jacket, pegged pants and pencil skirt from the 1980's are in this vintage sewing pattern from Vogue. Create and sew a professional looking suit for work or the office - different fabrics will give you a great outfit for work, play or more casual fashions!
Simple, but elegant this is a terrific sewing pattern from the 1970s and from Simplicity! Tucks and tie around the neckline add accent and frame your face. Comes with a tie belt you can sew in contrasting or matching fabric. Long or short sleeved. Large to x-large size.
Very versatile sewing patterns for little girls! From Simplicity, this pattern has a great sleeveless jumper which can double as a top depending on the length. The A-line skirt and pants have partial elastic in the back and side zipper. Mixed and matched, there are so many different fashion looks with this one pattern from the 60s!