My Patterns

Welcome to my pattern collection! 

I love sewing patterns from the 60s and 70s (as you may guess) and since I was a girl I have loved pouring over the illustrations and imagining myself in the gorgeous garments. Most of these have been used in my sewing projects so I have provided links for you to see them in real life

Please note these patterns are not for sale. However if you are desperately seeking out a missing pattern piece (sleeve, bodice etc) send me an email and I'll see what I can do!

Click on the image to expand or click on the link to see the reverse side. Patterns are sorted by company and then pattern number

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Butterick 2624 - 1963
See it used here
Butterick 3610 - 1965
Mary Quant
Butterick 3763 - 70's

Butterick 4519 - 1965
Norma Tullo





Butterick 4648 - 60's
Mia Fonssagrives
and Vicki Tiel
Butterick 4664 - 60's
Michelle Rosier



Facile 1606 - 60's
Facile 1623 - 1973
Facile 1633 - 1973

Facile 1647 - 1973
Facile 1654 - 70's
Facile 1659 - 1973

Facile 1668 - 1973

Maudella 3102 - 60's
Maudella 5566  - 60's

McCall's 2006 - 1969

McCall's 2070 - 1969

McCall's 2197 - 1969
See it used here
McCall's 4920 - 1959
McCall's 7261 - 1964
McCall's 8706 - 1967

McCall'S 8761 - 1967

McCall's 8917 - 1967
See it used here
McCall's 8939 - 1967
See it in use here
McCall's 9165 - 1968
McCall's 9480 - 1968

Simplicity 3157 - 1962

Simplicity 3401 - 1962

Simplicity 3833 - 2007
See it used here
Simplicity 5028 - 1964
See it used here
Simplicity 5196 - 1973
Simplicity 5900 - 1973

Simplicity 5984 - 1974

Simplicity 6114 - 1965

Simplicity 6531 - 1966
Jiffy Pattern
Simplicity 7021 - 1967
Jiffy Pattern
Simplicity 7111 - 1975

Simplicity 7168 - 1978
Jiffy Pattern
Simplicity 7194 - 1967
See it used here
Simplicity 7207 - 1967
Simplicity 7248 - 1967
Simplicity 7263 - 1976
See it used here
Simplicity 7296 - 1967
See it used here
Simplicity 7297 - 1976

Simplicity 7436 - 1967
See it used here
Simplicity 7635 - 1968

Simplicity 7792 - 1968
(Missing Bodice)
Simplicity 8039 - 1979
Simplicity 8153 - 1969
Simplicity 8193 - 1969

Simplicity 8399 - 1969
Simplicity 8451 - 1969
Simplicity 9725 - 1973

Style 1118 - 1975
See it used here
Style 1808 - 1977

Style 2405 - 1978

Style 2475 - 1969
See it used here
Style 2563 - 1969

Style 2656 - 1979

Style 2810 - 1970

Style 3747 - 1972

Style 3910 - 1972
See it used here
Style 4056 - 1973


Vogue 2023 - 1968
Galitzine


Vogue 7089 - 1967

Vogue 7219 - 1967
See it used here
Weigel's 2150 - 1964
See it used here
Weigel's 2713 - 60's

Weigel's 2750 - 60's


11 comments:

  1. Hi! Weigel's nerd here again :-) Do you mind if I use your images for 2713 and 2750 to put on the Vintage Patterns Wiki website?
    Libby

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    1. Yes! of course that's fine. And no worries about being anonymous :) - at least blogger didn't flag it as a spam comment!

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    2. Thanks Catherine :-)

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  2. Sorry about being anonymous ^

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  3. Style 1808! I'd like to see you make something a bit different than a shift. A nice 40s-inspired 70s shirtwaist dress with a longer hemline and natural waist would look smashing on you and it gives your handmade wardrobe variety! :). Variety is the reason I can't pick a single decade and sew from Edwardian to now!

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  4. Wow! What a great selection of patterns. This is a fantastic resource :)

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  5. Wow! Such cool patterns! I would like your take on Butterick 4266, the dress with the side panels and buttons. I made this one recently, and I felt it did not capture the essence of this dress. I think yours will be spectacular.

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  6. Butterick 4207... THAT COLLAR!!!! <3

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  7. Wow, I like when people collect something especially retro stuff )

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  8. I just got Simplicity 3157 in a 40" bust (so almost my size) We could both make it up and be twinsies! lol

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  9. Wow just looked at your patterns look up mcCall s 3510 I think you will like it

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