The back cover of a small Whitman "Tiny Tales" book, brightened and cleaned up. I had this book when I was a child and found a copy this summer. I wanted this hat, even when I was five. "Cowboy Bill," illustrated by Eleanor Dart, Whitman, Racine, WI, 1950.
Sewing Western Childrenswear Using Vintage Patterns - Sew Dang Crafty
The best collection of Vintage Western Sewing Patterns for Children. Includes vintage patterns for cowboys and cowgirls.
Child’s Play: Aesthetics, Gender, and Children’s Clothing features a pair of cute toddler forms in yellow and black silkscreened onesies. These two pieces represent a contemporary trend in infants’ and children’s clothing, while expressing vastly different sentiments. Peace dove onesie and turtle hat by karmabee, 2009 Grenade onesie by My Baby Rocks, 2009 Today it isn’t unusual for a child to display his or her parent’s identity via printed apparel items. Whether it’s a sport, music…
The Clumsy Cowboy illustrated by Shel & Jan Haber, 1963. Memories! I loved this book as a child, and I had forgotten all about it until I saw this illustration. Funny how memories work.
Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo Sign
Our Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo Sign honors our famous and growing rodeo. The Pendleton Round Up has the largest grass arena in the US! If you’re a fan, then you’ll appreciate this rustic rodeo sign and its handmade uniqueness. Each sign is handmade of solid pine, painted and distressed creating this one-of-a-kind piece of western rodeo wall art. This sign features the famous Pendleton Round Up bronc logo and Let ‘er Buck at the bottom. All rights reserved with Pendleton Round-Up, LLC. See…