I love the style and sophistication of 1930s fashion and have amassed a large collection of sewing pattern imagery from the era on PinterestÂ and thought it would be nice to share some of them here. The evening gowns of the time are my favourite with their elegant lines, bias cuts and daring open backs. I would dearly love to get my hands on some of these beauties!
Seems that sewing is becoming a dying art amongst the young ladies of today, which is why I love to keep my hand in. I have taught myself over the years and you can only really learn by doing. Itâ€™s also nice to have a bunch friends in the vintage scene that sew and a few that even have their own line of patterns for sale. One my favourite lines comes fromÂ Wearing History, which is run by my friend Lauren Maringola. She is an amazing seamstress and you can see many of the pieces in her line made up on her site. Here are some of her latest offerings!
This new addition to the EvaDress catalogue is a gorgeous 1930s gown and it is available in multi-size. Lovely simple lines and I adore the sleeves. I’ll have to add it to my sewing list!