Sunday, 25 October 2009

1940s hat pattern found on the internet

This fabulous pattern for accessories from Advance and the late 40s is an absolute treasure! A charming hat, an adorable small pouch bag, and an amazing belt with small purse - who would have thought this "utility" concept that we see prevalent today was fashionable in the 40s? The sweet visored hat calls for tartlatan interfacing on the faced brim, is fully lined, and has an inner grosgrain ribbon hatband. The corduroy or velveteen pouch bag is fully lined, with detachable wristband sewn to a ring. Tabs on the bag loop through the ring and snap closed. The pouch bag can also be made of felt. The belt with what I can only describe as a coin purse features an interfaced belt with snap closing, and small chevron-shaped purse that is fully lined, with buttoned flap using bound buttonhole. Self-fabric belt carriers are sewn on each side of purse back

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