Tag Archives: haut couture
Here are 2 vintage french coat sewing patterns published by Patrons Marie Claire in the 1940s/50s…the raglan sleeve panelled coat is a 1940s classic design. The patterns were published onto silk dress making tissue paper and there are no seams … 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.
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.
Here are some great vintage french sewing patterns for coats and jackets from the 1940s and 1950s. Published in Paris, patterns by Patron Modele and Marie Claire are featured here. These were all published on vintage dress making tissue paper … 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
Stunning art from Hormazd Narielwalla…using vintage french sewing patterns to create fresh shapes and bring out the soul of the pattern-check out his website for more amazing pictures! http://narielwalla.com/2013/07/01/le-petit-echo-de-la-mode-series/#comments
During World War One in 1915 in the Edwardian era, Mode Pratique magazine contained a number of articles on Dresses and outfits for Mourning. In French mourning is known as le Deuil. Vintage French sewing patterns … Continue reading
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