Happy Mother’s Day! Did you know that for many years our pattern books had a separate tab just for Mother-Daughter patterns? Some of the vintage patterns are so cute that even if dressing alike isn’t your thing, you just might be tempted in this case.
So, in honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday, we went to our archive room and found three vintage Mother-Daughter patterns from Butterick in the 1940s and early 1950s that we thought would make cute cards:
We’ve saved them as high-res, watermark-free images in a card format, and are offering them as a free PDF download for you. Just enter your email address here; you’ll then receive a confirmation message on this page and the link to download the PDF will appear just below it. Click on the link that says Butterick Vintage Patterns Mother’s Day Cards and it will begin downloading.
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Speaking of mother-daughter patterns, PatternReview just finished up its Mini Me contest and the entries are adorable.
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The Shirtdress Sew-Along is underway! Earlier this week we announced the schedule and created a Facebook group. It’s not too late to join in! Sewing with friends is always a lot more fun, right? Have a great weekend!