Create Something Beautiful with Vintage Sewing Patterns

Many of us are old enough to remember “Home Ec” in high school. We made the dreaded apron or A line skirt ~ Let’s just say they didn’t always turn out “perfect”… worse we had to wear the skirt to school for our grade.

Sadly Home Economics is no longer even offered in most schools ~ and teens are missing the joys of sewing. Its actually relaxing, not to mention rewarding to be able to create something that fits perfectly to you, in a fabric you absolutely adore, and receive so many compliments on your custom made outfit.

Our members have hundreds and hundreds of patterns available for you to create your own outfit, from the 1920s to the 90s, from simple little skirts to coats or designer created patterns ~ and in every size imaginable.

So grab a fabulous pattern, dust off that sewing machine and create. Even nicer, teach your teen to sew as a wonderful family project to do together!

Vogue Paris Original 2655 - Dior - Day or Evening Dress @Serendipity

Vintage McCalls pattern Blouses tops blouse Puff Sleeves S M @VintageOutlet

Mary Quant Butterick Mini Skirt & Vest / Waiscoat or knee length A line skirt @wickedLady collectables

Vintage 1940s Gold Seal Dress Pattern size 20 @Born Too Late Vintage

1980's New Look pattern 6560 ladies Midi skirt Size 8 - 20 @Henrietta's Buttons

McCall's Stitch N Save pattern Blazer Jacket Skirt Sewing Pattern Misses 8 - 12


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2 Responses

  1. These patterns are making me want to drag out my vintage sewing machine, if only I could find the time!

  2. Boy do I remember Home Economics. These vintage patterns can truly inspire me to get back to sewing again after so many years!

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