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1916:

1924:

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1929:

1933:

1934:

1935:

1935:
Anything with a colour pallet stops me in my tracks!!

1936:

1938:

1941:

1942:

1942:
Some button pr0n for ya.

1944:



And here is a very short Public Service Anouncement:


Brought to you from 1938!


As for me, well, I'm going to make a dress from 1941 using a very NON-vintage fabric:


I'm just going to make the front bodice, belt, and sleeve cuffs out of this material. The rest will be black. I'm making it from this pattern, which I've made three previous dresses from, but they no longer fit me...


I start work on this dress today! Yeay!!

Comments

  1. *sigh* If only one could order those fabrics too...

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  2. You certainly know how to help out your fellow blogger seamstresses :)

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  3. fabulous! Thank you for sharing these!

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  4. Oh, such lovelies!!
    I so long for the days that had some style in fashion...I do have some fabric in Mt stash....
    Thanks for the encouragement...very interesting choice of fabric for the dress...it should be interesting ;)

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