Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Classic Style

Classic: \'kla-sik\ adjective
Serving as a standard of excellence: of recognized value.  Traditional, Enduring.
reference: Webster's Dictionary

We describe our designs as "classic" and are inspired by vintage styles from the 1940's through the 1970's.  Our patterns are intended not only to provide garments for today, but also for generations to come.  A collared shirt and shorts with suspenders is a good example of classic style.  My mother-in-law made a set for my husband in the late 1950's when he was a toddler; I then made  the same for our boys in the early 1980's, and now our grandson is wearing them.  

We have updated the fronts of the patterns to reflect this timeless look and to provide more inspiration for your sewing projects.  Almost ready to add to our collection is pattern #144 which includes a collared shirt and pants or shorts. This new pattern is expected to be ready by Spring!

*Patterns that are being discontinued have not been updated.



Patrice said...

Michie', did you do the sketches yourself on the pattern covers? They are darling! I've enjoyed seeing the sketches of children on your blog, too! :)

Jana M. said...

I love the new pattern covers!!!

Meg said...

Will pattern 144 be available in toddler sizes? I have a 2 almost 3 year old who would look ADORABLE in this!


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