Sunday, December 13, 2009

Vintage patterns too fabulous for words.



These gorgeous, architectural dress patterns are from the 1957 Vogue Pattern Catalog. It's not so much that I want to own all these patterns immediately, it's more that I'd like my closet to already be full of unique, gorgeous outfits like these, so that I too can look completely fabulous all the time.

8 comments:

Trudy Callan said...

I agree. These are gorgeous.

I love your sweater you just completed. It looks great on you.

Wendolene said...

Absolutely fabulous, but I can't imagine actually sewing them! The results would be worth it, though--those designs remind me of the sort of thing Grace Kelly would wear (and be positively mahvelous in) : )

christine said...

deeear meghan.
about a month ago soulemama led me to your shalom cardigan. posthaste, i printed the instructions and started unraveling a jacket i knit a year ago, in a distorted size but nice yarn. and for the first time in my life, i defeated impatience and knit a couple of test inches to adjust your pattern according to my needle + yarn size.
and voila! for the first time in my life, i knit something that fits. fits well, and i love it!
thank you, meghan. i linked to your blog from mine:
http://mondeintact.blogspot.com/2009/12/looks-like-i-forgot-about-grateful3-day.html

paco peralta said...

Hi Meghan.- love these patterns..

My best wishes for the Christmas holidays and also for the new year.

Greetings, Paco

Nishant said...

love your sweater you just completed. It looks great on you.
Work from home India

Anonymous said...

I've tried and tried to print out the pattern for the shalom sweater (gray) but I cannot get the site to show the pattern...I'm not able to print the pattern at all(English). Is there somewhere else I can find this?

Wee Cute Treasures said...

These are absolutely divine. That pale blue dress is unspeakably chic! Thank you for sharing. Carol :)

Elena said...

Hello Meghan!

I am a new reader to your blog and have really enjoyed me first perusal! I was introduced to it by a post on Soule Mama. I enjoying knitting also, especially now that I am learning to knit outside of scarves and blankets! Right now I love making hats and learning new stitches but your shalom sweater has inspired me! I also love the cute vintage patterns you've posted :)

I'm looking forward to your future posts!

Love,

Elena

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