Some pretty 1930s clothes for your spring Friday.
Since I don’t have anything new to show you just yet I decided to post some pics of another one of my “Allers Pattern Magazines”.
And look! The cover are in color!
While I’m full steam ahead working on the next HSF project, I figured I give you a close-up of another Allers patterns journals.
This one’s from maj 1912.
Some simple needlework patterns.
And an ad for a fashionable shaped dressform. “What every lady should own” is the headline. But I do think it is a bit funny that the from is so extreamly S-shaped, and the rest of the fashions in the magazine is more slender straight lined. Guess the dressform manufacturer didn’t quite keep up with the shifting fashion.
and since we’re still on the subject of early 20th century: Here comes another view of my recently accuired “Allers Patterns Magzines”.
Last week my first real “ancent/vintage” items arrived in the mail. Three copies of “Allers pattern magazine” from early 20th century.
I must confess I’m in love with them all. And I think I might developed a crushing need to get my hands on lots (all) of these fashion magazines.
And today I will give you a closer look at one of them. Hopfully you will find them as wounderful and lovely as I do.