Today we have two more free vintage patterns from which you can choose! They are from the vintage pattern collection donated by Mrs. Jo W. in Orangeburg, S.C.
Both of these pattern envelopes, the Simplicity in particular, are in fragile condition. We recommend that you trace the pattern pieces that you want to use, onto tracing paper or lightweight interfacing. Then use your traced pieces to cut out your garment, thereby saving further wear and tear on the fragile vintage pattern.
How to claim one of these patterns: For fastest submission, use our Vintage Pattern Request form that we setup especially for this. Each pattern will go to the first person who notifies us that they want it. No purchase necessary.
Today's Free Vintage Patterns
Simplicity 4026 - Size 2
Child's Snowsuit, Jacket, Slacks and Hat: The snowpants feature knitted cuffs and extra knee patches to protect the active youngster. The jackets in views 1 & 3 have zipper front closing. Jacket in View 3 has front button closing. Elastic casing finishes the waistline of the pants.
We cannot find a date anywhere on this pattern, but it was made when Simplicity patterns sold new for only 35 cents.
Little Vogue 1824 - Size 6x
Smocked Children's Dress: Above knee or ankle length smocked dress has Peter Pan collar, back zipper closing and tie ends attached at side seams. Short and long sleeve variations.
We also cannot find a date anywhere on this pattern, but it was made when Vogue patterns sold new for $3.00. From a glance inside the pattern, it looks like the iron-on blue smocking dots are still inside there!