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By Mary Carolyn Waldrep

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Great for crafters of all ability degrees, here's a magnificent choice of vintage heirloom-quality styles for tablecloths, bedspreads, doilies, edgings, and more.

The e-book additionally encompasses a entire checklist of fabrics and distinct directions in addition to a hundred and forty invaluable illustrations.

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Sewing pattern designs for The Magic Pattern Book by Amy Barickman are intended for personal use only, and not as the basis for commercial manufacturing. 4 Scroll through the PDF to locate the test sheet (labeled “TEST SQUARE”) and print that page first. Measure the 4" × 4" (10 cm × 10 cm) square to make sure that it has printed at 100 percent. If it hasn’t, check back to make sure your printer settings are at 100 percent and that you have not selected “scale to fit” or cropped the pages. If it has printed at 100 percent, don’t change a thing.

There will be variations, so please read carefully. Refer to page 26 for a detailed explanation of how to cut fabric on the true bias (useful for cutting out the flounces on the Adelaide style, Pattern A3). ” —Clarice Carpenter, the Woman’s Institute’s Inspiration newsletter, 1926 Refer to page 27 for the nuances of bias tape (binding) making; this knowledge is essential to constructing Patterns A1, A2, A3, and A6. All the styles shown have darts for shaping, so refer to page 33 for complete instructions on how to apply them successfully.

Check out tablecloths and curtains— or already constructed garments that could be deconstructed. There are some beautiful vintage linen tablecloths with detail stitching that works well on skirts and shirts. Antique lingerie and lace are beautiful accents to consider for delicate details. And I love to shop for antique buttons to use on blouses, purses, fabric flowers, and more . . there are so many possibilities! Even vintage zippers with metal teeth can be removed from thrift store garments and repurposed as a decorative element across the hem of a skirt or the bodice of a top.

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