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This lovely vintage night dress sewing pattern was published by Patrons de Marie Claire in the late 1940s. The pattern was on unmarked silk dress making tissue paper and had brief instructions on the back of the envelope.
This 1950s vintage apron sewing pattern was from the “Paris Luxe” series-a rare brand that didn’t publish many models. The pattern appears on silk dress making tissue paper-no markings can be found on the pieces, apart from notches for matching … Continue reading
La Mode et la Maison (Fashion and Home) was published during the 1930s in Paris France and contained mini sewing patterns for enlargement by home couturiers as well as embroidery patterns and illustrations of the latest french fashions.
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.
Published in the late 1890s, these victorian vintage sewing patterns were given as supplements to the magazine Mode Pratique. These patterns were published on fine silk paper, and the pieces were cut out ready to use, unlike Mode pratique sheet … Continue reading
Mode Illustree continued to be published through the 1930s in Paris. The magazine reduced in size and content; however reduced patterns with dimensions were often given for home sewing, together with illustrations of the latest couture gowns and outfits.
These editions of Mode Pratique were published in Paris in France during the Spring of 1914-just before the First World War broke out in 1914. They ususally contained sewing pattern supplements for garments that were sometimes illustrated on the pages … Continue reading
In 1946, Patron Favoris et Minerves published a wonderful sewing pattern catalogue in Paris France -it contains over 60 pages illustrating over 100 dresses and outfits that were availaible as sewing patterns for sale that year. You can view … Continue reading
During the second World War, Echo de la Mode carried on publishing sewing patterns-these French vintage sewing patterns are for blouses and dresses and the pattern instructions show how to make the most of what would … Continue reading
La Mode National was published in Paris during Victorian times and often contained a sewing pattern supplement for a garment that was illustrated in the magazine. The magazine/newspaper itself had 8 pages. These old … Continue reading