Tag Archives: 1920s
Here are some covers and pages from 4 editions of Patron Favoris -La Mode National-sewing pattern catalogues which were published in 1919 and 1920…
This edition of Mode Pratique was published in August 1927 and contained several sewing pattern supplements for Flapper fashions which were illustrated in the magazine along with instructions to make up the garments. The patterns don’t contain … Continue reading
Here are some covers from the French womens magazine “mode du Jour” which was published in Paris France during the 1920s. It often featured mini sewing patterns for enlargement-The flapper fashion are wonderful!
Miroir des Modes was originally published by Buttericks in Paris France and appears to be the French version of the Delineator magazine. However by the late 1920s, the magazine no longer features Buttericks sewing patterns and the fashions are differently … Continue reading
Heres a selection of beautiful vintage lingerie sewing patterns published in France in the 1930s, featuring bras, French knickers,cami knickers,chemises and petticoats. Pattern makes include Patrons universels,Patrons Minerve,Jardin des Modes,Patron favoris,Patron parisiens.
Heres some lovely lingerie vintage sewing patterns, including a girdle/suspender belt, knickers and cami knickers, nightdresses and petticoats, that were published in 1926/1927 by Mode Pratique as supplements to the magazine. These would be made for ones “Trousseau” which was … Continue reading
Here are some rare examples of 1920s and 1930s vintage french sewing patterns that were supplements to the magazines La Femme Chic and Record de la mode… The patterns were published on vintage dress making paper-theres no instructions with these … Continue reading
These amazing sewing patterns were published in sheet form by Mode Pratique in the 1920s…Included with the Turkish costume was a Russian costume. The bathing suit patterns were published separately-a wonderful Flapper look! Go to the following link where the … Continue reading
These are pages from a guide that was published in the 1920s in Paris, entitled “Coupe et Couture”. The guide is over 200 pages long and contains lots of pattern layouts and instructions for making all types of garments. One … Continue reading
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