This little magazine is a monthly issue from Excella Patterns, for November 1935. It includes illustrations of the patterns available that month, in color and black and white. Lots of gorgeous 1930s patterns of evening gowns, dresses, and children's fashions. Perfect for the collector or fashion historian.
***Please note that this does not include actual patterns, but illustrations and descriptions only.***
In very good vintage condition. The binding is tight. No stains or marks noted.
16 pages, including covers.
Vintage items have lived a previous life, thus they may show signs of wear, such as stains, creases, tears, foxing, marks or pinholes. We do our best to describe accurately.
Some patterns may have missing pieces. These are labelled “wounded birds”, and will list the missing pieces. Please read the listing carefully.
Patterns are shipped in plastic bags, with a backing board. This will protect them from the elements (and the post office).
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