Butterick 9376; ca. 1960; Jr. Misses' and Misses' Sportswear. The bare midriff is featured in this multi-piece sun wardrobe. It includes a kimono-sleeved button front, fitted overblouse, a four gore flared button front skirt, a self lined bra, and short shorts. 1 Links to reviews/blog posts 2 Sources/Vendors 3 Gallery 4 Wishlist Butterick Catalog 1960 cemetarian on Flickr allthepreciousthings.com.aubust 34 [insert your photos of this pattern made up] Add a photo to the gallery by clicking…
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Classy Vintage Sewing pattern For Women are such a retro concept since today’s era is more about going online to click on the website to buy what your f
(Click on the image for a better view.) Source: Modern Beauty Shop Magazine I just a bought a few new magazines from the 60's, but they got left outside in the rain! Hopefully the rain damage doesn't make the awesome styles to hard to follow.
simplicity 7584; ©1968; Juniors' and Misses' Dress in Two Lengths and Slip: The "tent" dress has bias bound, high round neckline and back zipper. V. 1 has bracelet length bell shaped sleeves, bias bound set in sleeves. Sleeveless V. 2 has bias bound armhole edges. V. 1& 2 are regular length. Above knee length V3 has short set in sleeves. The slip V. 1& 2 has back zipper and self fabric shoulder straps. Featured in Simplicity Fashion News April 1968
Butterick 4860 Vintage Sewing Pattern 1960s Ladies Jumper Dress Shorts
Young Junior/Teen Dress or Jumper and Shorts vintage pattern. A line dress or jumper in mini or street length has shoulder straps with button closing, square armholes. view C matching shorts have elasticized waistline. Purchased sweater. Year - 1960s Size - 11/12 Bust - 32 inches Waist - 25 inches Hip - 35 inches Used - yes Instruction Sheet - yes Complete - yes Tissue Condition - fair Envelope Condition - tatteredPlease remember that the vintage sewing patterns on this site are old…
For the last posting of the year, here is a howto which I came across in American Hairdresser (Sept 66). I'm so pleased to have come across this because it is indeed quite rare to find a complete vintage howto rather than just snippets like the setting pattern and sentence or two. As always, right click the image and select "view" and then click on that to enlarge.
I was surprised at the number of reminisces about "living in curlers" I came across when doing a few of the previous posts. These commenters typically remembered setting their hair the moment they got home from work or school, and leaving their curlers in till the next day. So what's "living in curlers" like? A typical home set in the `60s was done with brush rollers, with the most typical being classic black wire brush rollers. They are often itchy as well as prickly to wear, but are more…
I thought I would try an almost never-ending post. This will be setting patters, but instead of doing it all at once I will add to it every day or so. The first setting patterns are from 1968 "Over 200 New Setting Patterns". More to come ....
I thought I would try an almost never-ending post. This will be setting patters, but instead of doing it all at once I will add to it every ...