Saturday, June 13, 2009

A Pattern for You

I have a free pattern for
you for being so patient with

I was fortunate to find a small
collection of vintage transfers in
an old Weldon's magazine just
recently, so I want to share
a fabulous vintage
crinoline lady transfer
pattern with you.

You could use this lovely design
for many different things.
Lots of linens, pillow shams, peg bags,
sewing bags, aprons, - sewing
and painting!


I want to also draw your
attention to a delightful blog -
(how's your French?)

"Heritage brode de Victorine"

You will love the images even
if you don't understand French.
Or you could translate the page
via Google.



Jewels said...

Thanks so much for pointing me to a new blog! The images are just wonderful - and being Canadian I understand a "little" french.... I have not forgotten the patterns either - they are being wrapped up this weekend to Post - it has just been crazy these last few months...Cheers, Jewels

Jewels said...

Should have also mentioned - loved the embroidery pattern! Another one of my things - thanks for sharing....J

Cathy said...

Marian, what a beautiful pattern! Thank you so much for sharing it with us. I love the crinoline girls and this is a wonderful one! Happy Stitching!

Cathy ♥

crazyhaberdasher said...

Thanks Jewels and Cathy! Happy Stitching to you both!

Joanne said...

Lovely pattern! And the other blog is indeed beautiful. Eye candy in any language.

Susan said...

Marian -- I've lost your email address -- cannot contact you except this way, I guess. Love your book -- would you like to have a review in the NTCSA newsletter? I want you to look at my own site re KN Drop me an email, so we can keep in touch. Glad your house rennos are going so well. Susan W

venus said...

Congrats, I love the new layout, the use of tags is great . NICE!
Thanks for the links to such great "helps" blogs.
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