Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Easy Ways to Pretty Frocks 1929

I am working on a altered book "Family in Fabric".  You can see my first page here.  I came across this little book in my vintage pattern collection.  It is dated 1929 and presented by The makers of Clark's O.N.T. Threads.  Today I am sharing with you the front cover and two pages on Developing a Plain Dress.  Click on each photo and you can read the instructions for developing your pattern.

Tomorrow I will post two more pages on how to use your pattern to make "frocks".

Hope you enjoy these pages.


Julie said...

Hi Pam! So glad I found your lovely blog today! I love what you're doing mixing fabric & vintage images--beautiful! I'm a vintage-loving girl, too...makes me happy!

I'm your newest follower & I'll be back often--have a wonderful day!

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Gosh, Pam, aren't those pages such treasures and the cover is wonderful. Are you using them in a Scrapbook type altered Family Album? What a fun sewing/quilting album that would make as well. I'll watch for the other pages tomorrow....Sue

Diane said...

What a pretty Blog Pam, I love the idea of mixing fabric and vintage images, the pictures in your post are lovely. I will be back agin to see your latest creation! Hugs, Diane

Cottage Cozy said...

I love all of the pages you have made so far, Pam. How fun to be working on it with your sister!

I singed up to follow your blog and keep up with your adventures!
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stay Cozy, Carrie

grammy said...

Hi Pam,
I came over from Cozy Cottage. I saw your name and as a fellow Pam Blogger,just wanted to say Hi. Love the Easter book you are making.