Today I have five pages from a 1940 McCall's pattern booklet. I just love the styles of this period. The padded shoulders, hats, gloves, plaids, stripes and polka dots are all signatures of this time.
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Thanks, again, Cora! I love all of these, but especially the girls pattern.
Whaouhhh Cora !!!! I love this old illustrations !... Thanks you very much !!
Thank you so much!
Love those old illustrations! Do you have more uncoloured ones?
Thanks for sharing them!!!!
These illustrations are gorgeous, Cora! I agree, this era is fabulous.
Love these images!! Thank you for sharing.
Is it just me or do the little girl's dresses look way too short. I thought those kid dress lengths appeared in the 60's alongside the miniskirt revolution.
Hi Cora! What a brilliant selection of images you share! Thank you so much. It is a great source of inspiration! I have made a wall hanger using your images. I would be pleased if you have a second to have a look! kissinia
Cora, these are all fantastic! thank you so much.
Cora, love these images! Reminds of my Mother years ago all dressed up and the sewing my Granny used to do :) Thanks so much!
Thank You again, they are lovely!
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