Here is a collection of my favourite vintage sewing patterns:
Go-go boots, PVC dresses, shift dresses and other space age clothes were popular.
Mary Quant invented the mini-skirt, and Courrèges made lovely futuristic dresses. Everybody was wearing psychedelic prints, lots of colours, and groovy patterns.
In the early-to-mid-sixties, the London Modernists (also known as the Mods) were determining popular fashion for the young British men.
A rare vintage sewing pattern for a cute dress with an inset midsection and a box pleat skirt. From the 1960s.
It has a fitted bodice with wide inset midsection, bias standing collar and a beautiful A-line skirt with front and back pleats. Short or full length sleeves. Possibility to add belt.