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Old 14th January 2011, 11:40
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Default Vintage Sewing Website

I've just found this site and can already tell I'll be spending too much time on it:
http://www.vintagesewing.info/index.html

I've had a quick look at "Paris Frocks at Home" (Butterick, 1930) and found how to adjust sleeves for Junoesque arms, golfers and lady chauffeurs (http://www.vintagesewing.info/1930s/.../paris-06.html). On a more useful note, the same document does have instructions as to what all the perforations on vintage pattern mean.
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