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Free Patterns and Books

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

It's been a very long time since I updated my free patterns page so I worked on that a bit last night. Here are just a few of the beautiful things that I added:

 sew this simple and chic 1935 blouse from Sewing Vintage



Hat are one my dearest loves so I decided to add a millinery section to share all of the amazing free patterns and millinery books that I've found while poking around online. There are some really fantastic millinery books with all of the information you could possibly need to learn the fine art of hat making. yep, this book is on there too!



I have a -ton- of links to incredible knitting patterns stashed away on my Nook, so I'll have to get on there and update the page with those links later this week. 



Enjoy!

7 Responses to “Free Patterns and Books”

  1. I would love to try out the first two patterns! Thanks for sharing these, I love when there are a collection of freebies to browse through. If you want, I have a 1930's cami-knickers pattern that I converted to a PDF and am giving away on my blog. I say it is for my followers, but so far I have given it to everyone who has asked, not just followers.

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  2. Thanks so much for these, I'd love to try out these patters! The hat is gorgeous! XxxX http://thesecondhandrose.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. Oh I love the blouse! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. I am excited about the millinery ones- I have a hat I want to make ;)
    Thank you for sharing!

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  5. I love the millinery instructions. I have an old crown block and am thinking about blocking out some felt cloches. So as I keep thinking about it I will hopefully get to doing it soon. Thanks for a little motivation.

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  6. I wish I knew how to resize knitting patterns, because I adore that sailor sweater.

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