Making Vintage Bags

Making Vintage Bags

20 Original Sewing Patterns for Vintage Bags and Purses

Book - 2005
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Fashion-conscious ladies love their purses?and vintage is today’s key couture look. These bags draw inspiration from the elegance, glamour, and sophistication of styles popular in the 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s, so they’re as exquisite as anything in a fine boutique?but at a fraction of the cost. There are 20 original projects in total (five per era) and they have wonderful details like beaded ring handles, three-dimensional trims, whimsical appliqués, and eye-catching prints. Go for art deco styling, slimline clutches, tapestry bags, and gathered ones with felt corsages. Plus, each handbag has a pretty matching purse pattern to go along with it. All the patterns have seam allowances added already to make things easy, and sewers will find everything they need to know to take their choice from beautiful idea to finished item.


Baker & Taylor
Presents instructions and patterns for creating a variety of handbags, inspired by fashions from the 1920s through the 1950s.

Gardners
The bags in this book draw inspiration from the elegance, glamour and sophistication of styles from the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. There are twenty original projects in total, with five inspired by each era. In addition, there is a purse pattern so that any of the bags in the book can be enhanced with a pretty matching purse.

Publisher: Lewes : Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 2005
ISBN: 9781861084118
1861084110
Branch Call Number: 646.48 BRE
Characteristics: 172 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm

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