Please feel free to use any of the vintage images on the website in your artwork. Be sure to share your artwork with us. This is a labor of love and I love to see what you create. Please do not post the original unaltered image on the web but post your artwork and link back to this site for the original image. Please do not sell or post the image alone or in a collection without my permission. Thank you. I can't wait to see what you create!
Sunday, January 2, 2011
A few more from the 1911 McCall's magazine. Also remember to put in the comments section from Saturday's post what type of images you would like to see this year at Clearly Vintage.
just love your piccys i would like to see some pattern pieces if possible and reels of cotton as you can c im into my sewing vintage
hugs chrissy o xxxx
I just love these McCall's images. I'm new to your blog so I don't know what kind of things you have but I'm always interested in rural/farm images.
Cora, I am so in love with these images. I was looking for pictures of vintage women in period dress and then I found these! How perfect, thank you.
A few hours ago I didn't even know about such lovely blogs. I take the vintage note card swap from Lenna Andrews (http://creativeswaps.blogspot.com/). From her I got your blog adresse. WOW. I am really impressed. I have chosen the shoe images (post 1/10/2010, Bonus 113) and will use them for the swap. I will let you know, when I finished the note cards. Thanks a lot!
I absolutely love your photos.God knew that we all need someone to share each happy day.
Such a great site! I love the fashion images you post. And I like sewing-related images, especially. I used the beautiful lady in the picture hat from your 7/31/10 post in the notecard swap for the Creative Swaps which was mentioned above by ColourFly. I show some of the cards with her on my blog if you get a chance to take a look- it's (www.quiltnans.blogspot.com). Also love the little girl sewing image from May of 2010.
Cora, do you have any images of dressmaker forms or ladies' sewing? Someone else mentioned liking floral images; so do I. I like the rural/farm images, too, that have been mentioned. Really, anything you choose to share is fine. I am just thankful for all that you do share! Thank you, Cora!
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