This is a great Vogue Patterns Book Magazine from SEPT / OCT 1985 that is just great and complete. It was a library edition with the stamp on the front. It has 104 wonderful pages, the first page is gone, but there is an extra unnumbered one.
This is a wonderful book that is a HC w/ DJ by Sue Locke. It is titled LEARN TO MAKE CHILDRENS CLOTHES. This great 64 page book is fully illustrated and has wonderful photos on Babies, Toddlers and PreSchool Wardrobes with patterns and designs. This is the first US Edition of this wonderful book. If you always wanted to sew, then this is what you need.
Look at this completed Cross Stitch that is gramed and matted. Not only is this cross stich a beautiful scene, but the frame is a stunning dark wood that looks like it was a pressed design as you see on the older furniture. The frame has flowers in the corner with beaded edge. It has that victorian look. The crossstich is a country scene with a Rooster, pineapple and jars of preserves on a shelf. There is a butter churn, watermelon, egg basket and a covered jar on the table with a blue checked tablecloth. The window has tulips, trees, and a cat sitting on the ledge. The mat is a green color. The back has the brown paper and the wire hanger. It measures 14.5 x 11.5 inches and is beautiful.
This is a Lot of 7 used Sewing patterns which seem to be dating back to the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Only one may be 1950, all other 6 seem to be late 1960s to early 70s. All used and open. Thanks for stoppng by Blue Ridge Antique and Collectibles
Lot Of 11 Antique Buttons - Brass, Rhinestone, Glass
This is a lot of 11 antique buttons. There are 4 brass buttons marked Scoville Button Co., Waterbury. Three have an eagle on the front and one has CRT. Two are carved plastic or celluloid with a red stone in the center surrounded by mosaic mother of pearl in gold. Two are carved irridescent black glass. Two are black plastic or celluloid beads and one is blue aurora borealis rhinestones set in silver metal. All of the buttons have shanks. I offer a 7-day money back guarantee. All methods of payment are accepted, however, checks must clear before shipping. Credit cards are accepted through PayPal. The buyer is responsible for shipping and handling costs and I am happy to combine shipping for multiple purchases. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for stopping by.
This book on sewing for home and family is dated 1961. It will answer many, if not all, of your questions on sewing for yourself, family or home. Informative and in very good condition. Measures 10 x 8 in. Hard cover.
Lovely raised design, heavy weight thimble, unsure of its age, possibly newer rendition of a Victorian design. Stamped 925 for sterling silver, lovely flowers flower floral around the base. Great collectible sewing item.
Neat Early German Needle Case. One side of the Case says Asbro Trademark Needle Case Art R 3/740 Germany. At the bottom says Place the Stroke Parallel with the Number Required. Numbers at the top of the Case go from Shut to 9. Other side of the wood Case says Needle Case Trade Mark Accent My Best Wishes Patent No. 2001. Case measures about 2 3/4 in height. I little wear to the wood but overall condition I believe is still very nice. Would make fine addition to any Vintage Sewing collection. Buyer to pay shipping.
This is a lovely vintage belt buckle in a green plastic. The main portion of the buckle is a translucent green probably lucite. The connecting piece is a different plastic which may be bakelite. This buckle is 2 ¾ inches high by 1 7/8 inches wide. It has one small scratch and is in otherwise excellent condition.
Not a big blue bow pin, but a big blue sew-on, probably intended for a hat. There are 3 small rings or eyes on the back to run your thread through. Faceted rhinestones are still very nice though I think the settings could fit a little tighter. Then again, I am sure it wasn't purchased at Tiffany's - it is what it is and in very good condition. Measures 3 inches across and 2 down.
This is an outstanding issue. When you open the pages, the colors are vibrant and jump out at you. There are patterns for cutwork, basketry, crochet, embroidery and beading. The cover illustration was done by Helen Grant. The issue measures 10 3/4 inches by 13 inches and is 50 pages long including covers.
This issue is in beautiful condition. It measures 13 inches by 10 3/4 inches and has 50 pages including covers. This issue has great fashion articles, crochet, tatting, and embroidery directions. There are full page ads for Campbells Soup, Puffed Wheat and Montgomery Ward catalogs. This is just a great issue.
This issue is not in as good condition as the others we have listed, but this issue has patterns for beaded purses. For all of you who are into beading, you know how difficult it is to find the original old patterns. The pages in this issue are intact and the colors are still good. It is frayed along the edges and the corners are turned. It has also been folded. The issue measures 10 3/4 inches by 13 inches and there are 38 pages including covers. There are great directions for knitting baby clothes, embroidery and crochet work.
This hard cover book is in excellent condition. complete with dust jacket. Published in 1979 and authored by Mary Elizabeth Johnson it consists of designs, patterns and projects.Includes patterns and templates to help you with your quilting projects.
This shoe with a lustreware glaze is bottom marked Made in Japan. Measures 4 in. long The toe is turned up a bit and the underside is glazed. Pincushion is intact. In very good condition. Lovely lustre with blue and reddish flowers and green leaves.