It seems the 1920’s are in vogue again, and if you’d like to take a peek at what’s happening in the big apple, take a look at this weekend spread from The New York Times
Picture number 12 features the back view of our 1930’s Lounging Pajamas If you’d like to see the front view – visit the link. and check out the lovely photo submitted of the completed garment.
That amazing sewing maven at the Sew Weekly blog has done it again! Her version of our pattern # T3946 is sure to turn heads at the upcoming Bay Area Gatsby Weekend. Be sure to scroll down in the blog and read all the details about the construction of this dress!.
This version of our pattern # T1060 has the elegant styling that all of the classic 1930’s dresses show. Featured at the FABRICATIONS Blog – there is a wonderful detailed write up on the construction of this dress.
A lovely version of pattern number F3666 made by one of our clients.
To read about the construction details of this dress – visit her blog!
A delightful version of our pattern # 6834! You can visit her blog to read about the pattern: HERE
Some lovely photos, and kind words from a client in Australia, who has sewn our pattern # H6993.
Hop over to her blog at:
To see all of the details!
What a great way to start off the spring! This wonderful dress made up from pattern # T7746 looks like just the thing to enjoy the warm weather!
You can read up on the details of the construction: HERE!
Here is another beautiful version of the 1920’s Cloche hat made from our pattern number HW001
There’s an excellent review of the pattern at her blog : Silk, Wool and Needles
This lovely version of our pattern # Z2773 in black and white was made for the Art Deco Weekend in Napier New Zealand, the biggest event of it’s kind inthe world (much bigger even than the Great Gatsby picnic held in San Francisco every year)!
This outfit won two first prizes at the event. “Women’s Reproduction Day Wear” and overall “Best in Show”
Here is the original pattern image from our website – pattern # E4925.
There is a review at the very bottom of the page that the link takes you to.
Front view of this blouse. I love the touches of embroidery at the neckline!
The shoulder tucks are very flattering – and the lace cuffs are a lovely touch.
Here is the back view of the blouse.
The shoulder tucks continue all the way down the back to the waist.