Vintage transfer patterns
Mary Corbet writer and founder. Aunt Martha's Three Pillowcase Motifs. Thanks for your responses to the poll! For decades, local and national newspapers included a daily display ad often in the classifieds for a single needlework pattern. Oh, please, please could you scan and make the giraffe available? These are relatively rare: both the envelope and the ink changed early on in the company's history.
PILLOWCASES Vintage Gallery Tri-Chem Hot Iron Transfer Patterns American Book 14 Pages 0663
VP106 Cute as a Kitten
The transfers are single-use, Numo-style raised ink in electric blue. Thank you for the design you included today! And it is hard to duplicate that authentic look with modern day renderings. Your way makes sooooo much sense! I love the freebie you are offering. Can anyone tell me how the old transfers are made?
Brook. Age: 23. yourґs lovely companion in germany and europe is looking forward to meet you soon...
Overview of vintage embroidery transfer patterns at the Sewing Palette
Aunt Martha's Birds Galore. Thank you Mary for sharing the vintage embroidery patterns and thank you Pat for sending them to Mary! Many times the transfer sheets are missing or cut into, and casual sellers often don't notice. Wow Mary, Thanks for sharing, and a big thank you to Pat for sending the patterns to you so that they could be shared. For a while, I went through an eBay phase, where I bought pattern collections there as well. Books with multiple patterns sometimes sold for ten cents each.
Yes, I use them because I love them. Regards Anita Simmance. Use the designs for your own baby bibs see one of the original bibs in the Vintage Embroidery gallery or to decorate towels, pillows, or baby clothing. As you said, they are more pricey now that they are back in vogue. Do have any information? Workbasket magazine was sold and eventually stopped publication; Colonial Patterns are still produced.