Vintage embroidery transfers have regained popularity today, thanks in no small part to advances in technology that allow designs to be programmed and machine-stitched with beautiful results. Improved fabric paints, dyes and markers allow these great old designs to be used by even the needle-challenged. And, of course, those who enjoy the satisfaction and quality of hand-stitching still use them the "old-fashioned" way. Embroidery transfers have been available from many, many different companies for well over a hundred years.
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Welcome to my weekly fashion blog post. Each week I will discuss a female garment, fashion trend or influencer from the age of photography s through the 20th century. My goal is to educate family researchers and genealogists about the clothing worn by our ancestors. Dating photographs is an issue we all struggle with as family archivists. Ebenezer Butterick was a tailor who lived in the western Massachusetts town of Sterling with his wife Ellen, a seamstress.
By Lizzie Bramlett — October 10th, Lizzie Bramlett is a collector of vintage clothing and sewing patterns , and can be reached via her website, Fuzzylizzie. Paper sewing patterns were first manufactured in the middle of the s.