We love to share our finds with our readers! Below are a few links to some free patterns that you are welcome to download for personal use. Please do not redistribute these without permission! Thank You!
HANGING SHOE STORAGE
Hanging Shoe Storage - The perfect solution for cluttered closets and for tiny dorm rooms! Originally Published Workbasket Magazine, July 1952.
Click HERE for full pattern!
CULOTTES & HALTER
This creative idea was originally
published in a newspaper in September
1970. West Point Pepperell’s designers
came up with this idea and chose the
plaid flat double sheet.
Sheets were plain white until the late
1960’s. Many people, including my
mother, used sheets for all kinds of
projects. There were curtains, pillows,
chair seats, even stuffed animals.
Shift for Yourself
Puppy Dog Slippers
These adjustable slippers are to be made of felt and stitched with perle cotton or woolen yarn. The dog’s head may be embroidered in six-strand cotton or it may be painted. There are 3 sizes given, 5, 8, and 11; each size adjusts to one size smaller or larger.
I hope you enjoy these great slippers! Get adventurous and resize the pattern to fit the whole family. (I’m sure everyone will be thrilled) – Don’t want a puppy dog? Create your own style! Santa Slippers for Christmas, Bunnies for Easter, Jack O’ Lanterns for Halloween, and even a Turkey for Thanksgiving! If your child has a favorite character – create a slipper that features the character!
Mary Beth, Retro Monkeys Vintage & Modern Sewing Patterns on Etsy
*Please remember that safety standards have changed. Please use good judgement when creating items for children.
Circle Skirt with Accessories
Circle Skirt and Accessories
Circle Skirts will never go out of style. The classic Style is flattering for most figures. Here is a simple pattern not only for the skirt but also for coordinating accessories made from the scraps!