This term coincides with a period of renaissance. T-strap heels, red lipstick, and cat-eye sunglasses were my style choice long before Taylor Swift made it a trend to go vintage. You understand!
Vintage sewing patterns are valuable to anyone who loves to make their own outfit. With the recurring fashion trend, having vintage sewing patterns handy allows you trendy sewing projects any time. Check out this collection of vintage sewing patterns and create a whole line of classic and fabulous pieces for yourself!
Like sewing? Visitors can narrow their search to focus on a particular garment, designer or decade. If you click these links, you can see patterns from the following decades: ssssssand s.
Patterns from Va-Voom Vintage. Please note: Some of these patterns were posted ages ago and the blogs have since been shut down or taken over by someone else using the old domain. The patterns are still available through Pinterest or the Wayback Machine internet archive.
So a fun fact about me is that I love vintage stuff. I will go to antique shops, shows, and auctions and have the time of my life looking at the beautiful old furniture and cast ironwork. The Art Deco decor is my favorite.
Recreate a look that dates back to the s, '40s, '30s, or even the Roaring Twenties. Vintage fashion admires be prepared to rejoice! There is some rather exciting in-vogue breaking news involving you and your handy sewing machine.
For my dress, I used 2 m you might need to buy more depending on your measurements of gingham fabric, but you can use other cotton materials or linen. For example, my waist is 60 cm. That final value will be the width of my pattern square.
Social Icons. Patterns from Va-Voom Vintage. Please note: Some of these patterns were posted ages ago and the blogs have since been shut down or taken over by someone else using the old domain.
My costume design professor at Northwestern University, Virgil Johnsondelighted students with his formula for period clothing. Or is it merely one? What sticks in my mind most clearly is that 20 years was the sweet spot, the appropriate amount of elapsed time to ensure that one would not appear dumpy, dowdy, or oblivious, but rather prudent and discerning. The collaborative Vintage Pattern Wiki puts the magic number at 25, requesting that contributors make sure the patterns they post are from or earlier, and also out-of-print.