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February 25, 2010

New Vintage Patterns Listed In Mid-Century Mine!

I don’t know what it is about vintage patterns, but I just can’t stop myself from buying them.  I swear, every time I go out thrifting I find a bag or a box or some other large container filled with super cute patterns that I just can’t seem to stop myself from buying.  At first I had one drawer filled with them…then another…and now a third one!  Moving onto the fourth drawer is just too much.  So, I decided to bite the bullet and list some of my vintage patterns to make room for more stuff. Which will probably just end up being more vintage patterns. 🙂

Children’s Overalls, Jacket with Peter Pan Collar and Hat – $4.95

That little jacket is way beyond cute.  Look at it!

Awesome Dress and Top – $5.95

 I am just going to say it: Selling this pattern is like cutting out my heart.  THIS is the one that I have been wanting to make forever, but tragically I lack the drive to make that possible.  I realize now that I would much rather embroider or quilt that sew clothing.  So I am passing the torch!  Buy this pattern so I can live vicariously through you!

Tie Blouse – $5.95

I just thought this blouse looked really cool, especially with the option of a tie at the waist or around the collar. Fun!

Ruffled Evening Dress – $7.95

One of the few vintage patterns I actually shelled out for and bought on its own.  I don’t know what it is about this, maybe the U back or the high ruffle, or even the shoes! Either way, I love it!

Stay tuned for tons more patterns, I will be listing them all week! And check out Mid-Century Mine for other fabulous vintage as well.

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One Response to New Vintage Patterns Listed In Mid-Century Mine!

  1. Annie B. Reply

    February 26, 2010 at 5:54 pm

    My gosh, I wish I could sew! I have this dream of using yards and yards of tulle and chiffon, satin and lace, and crinolines out to THERE in designing “new” 1950’s cocktail dresses using an amalgam of design ideas from the real things. Sadly, I lack the technical skills to put these frocks together; it’s grand fun to dream, though.

    I love vintage patterns. My mother was an expert seamstress and made the most elegant clothing from Simplicity, McCalls’s and Vogue patterns. Your post brings back happy memories. Thanks much!

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