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Download Vintage french sewing patterns this Summer for only 50p! Theres a selection of patterns from a 1920s bra, art deco flapper 1920s wedding dress, 1940s lingerie sewing patterns and hat patterns-and a fab bustier pattern!
These vintage french sewing patterns were all published by the magazine Echo de la Mode in the 1940s in Paris France. Sewing Instructions for the patterns are found on the back of the envelopes.
Jardin des Modes – Vintage French fashion and sewing advice from the 1940s. Models illustrated were availiable to buy as sewing patterns to make these wonderful couture garments
Coupe et Couture was published in Paris in the 1920s-its a sewing guide with numerous techniques and patterns. Included were illustrations of patterns for sale-this glamorous asymetric dress was featured along with pattern layouts. These wonderful vintage sewing techniques and … Continue reading
Journal des Demoiselles published large sewing pattern sheets as supplements to its journal-these exquisite rare vintage patterns illustrated garments for Women and children-illustrated here is a girls Polonaise or draped jacket. The sheets are on thin dress making paper with … Continue reading
Mode Pratique 1907-more lovely pictures from this couture magazine-vintage sewing patterns and illustrations from the Edwardian era.
Journal des demoiselles was published in France during victorian era-in journal and hardback form. The journal usually was all text-stories, advice, fashio n tips and some recipes, and would often include a pattern supplement sheet. COULOUR illustrations of … Continue reading
Modes et travaux fashion magazine pages from the 1930s-vintage haut couture designs and sewing and knitting patterns were featured in this classy magazine with lovely illustrations. Vintage haut couture knitting patterns … Continue reading
This vintage sewing pattern for long cami knickers/ knickerbockers appeared in Mode Pratique published in France in the Edwardian era. Beautifully embellished with lace and frills.
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