Advance Patterns: December 1937
|Advance 1921, Advance 1929|
On the cover we have these sharp and very military looks! Maybe a little odd for Christmas time?
Here Advance touts their patterns for every occasion, from business to frilly, and features an interesting frock in Advance 1919 with what looks like starfish on the bottom.
|Advance 1917; 1920; 1926; 1918|
|Advance 1928; 1934; 1924|
The long jacket is an interesting look, don't you think?
|Advance 1924; 1932; 1933; 1930|
Wow, these super-fitted dresses with all that ruching are really neato.
|Advance 1150; 1617; 1419; 2011|
"Last minute Christmas gifts, easily made!" ... they seem to have more confidence in my last minute sewing abilities than I do. :) Very sweet little girls' dress and coat, don't you think? Not for a girl but for her dolly! Oh, any doll would just love it.
|Advance 1916; 1931; 1923; 1927; 1925|
A lovely selection of dresses for girls and young ladies!
|Advance 1922; 1921; 1929|
On the back cover we have more businesslike looks and see that this brochure was from Mullen's in Nashua, N.H.
I hope you enjoyed this look at December 1937! Here are some 1930s Advance patterns from team members. Please check them out!