Vintage Advance Patterns:
- Vintage Advance Patterns
- Date through the 1930’s-1960’s
- No printed times on the classic habits
- 1930’s The Eiffel Tower seems within the logo design
- 1940’s & 1950’s title logo design seems close to the top of envelope in bold kind
- 1960’s title logo relocated to along side it. In 1962 the Sew effortless habits had the true title logo design in the base of envelope
- Many 1940’s & 1950’s habits had been unprinted
- Among the final businesses to help make patterns that are unprinted
- The habits had been offered exclusively by J.C. Penney. Into the mid 1960’s the Advance business ended up being offered to Puritan Fashions. They stopped using the Advance title.
1940’s Advance Pattern 1950’s Advance Pattern 1960’s Advance Pattern
Vintage Butterick Patterns:
- Vintage Butterick Patterns
- Habits were undated
- Starting when you look at the 1920 ‘s a Deltor (instruction sheet) ended up being included
- Envelopes into the 1930’s were simple with easy designs
- Starting in the belated 1940’s Butterick began printing their habits. Moved far from perforated habits because of the holes & notches.
- Through the 1950’s logo design had been positioned in the top of remaining part with a colored package around it.
- Early 1960’s title logo moved to your remaining part. Mid 1960’s logo design relocated back into the most notable.
1940’s Butterick Pattern 1950’s Butterick Pattern 1960’s Butterick Pattern
1970’s Butterick Pattern
Vintage Hollywood Patterns:
- Vintage Hollywood Patterns
- Patterns were undated
- Produced from the 1930’s to your belated 1940’s
- Many of these habits were unprinted
- Marketed fashions from films
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Vintage McCall’s Patterns: