Vintage Pattern Listings at Goofing Off Sewing

With the weather as crazy as it’s been, it is hard to believe it is still February and should be cold….as in winter snow and ice cold. I realize I live in the southern US but we do have a winter, albeit a short one. This year  is shorter than usual, though, so I thought it would be a good idea to list some spring and summer patterns. If it’s still cold in your part of the world you’ll have time to get ready for summer wear.

This is such a light, easy to wear dress. Great for around the house or a take-along.

Ok, not quite spring like but I love this look! The jacket is gorgeous and I’m sure not every spring evening will be warm.

This is the kind of jacket quilters love! The pattern even includes instructions to make a Courthouse Steps block.

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Pigs in three sizes, 12 inches, 9 inches, and 6 inches. Make the little squealers in calico or whatever color suits your fancy.

Two sizes of lambs, 5 inches and 7 inches tall, a lamb and heart wreath and tiny hanging lamb. Lots of possibilities with this pattern.

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A bit more realistic looking than the last lamb and bigger, too. Great Easter or Passover gift for the little ones.

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I love crazy quilting and there are others like me. So much to add….embellish to your heart’s content! This pattern is multi sized and uncut.

Well, that’s it for GoofingOff Sewing for the moment. Lots of ideas for spring sewing. Remember, Easter and Passover are coming soon…..Easter is April 16 and Passover starts April 10. I’ll be having a sale, too. Further details coming.

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6 Reasons to Love Indygo Junction Doll Clothing Patterns at GoofingOff Sewing

Welcome to the World of Indygo Junction Patterns.

Indygo Junction Calendar Cuties

Indygo Junction Calendar Cuties  LJ482 Designed by Becky Larson UNCUT Pattern for a felt bodice jumper with seven seasonal applique designs to fit 17-19″ dolls

 I was fortunate enough to snag these patterns for 17-19 inch dolls (like American Girl) all in perfect condition. 

Indygo Junction Raining Cats and Dogs

Indygo Junction Raining Cats and Dogs IJ497 Designed by Donna Martin UNCUT Pattern for a jumper and overalls with a felt bib and appliqués. Cat and dog purses, jacket and vest also included. Fits 17-19″ dolls

A great way to use scraps of fabric, ribbons, felt, buttons…I know I’m not the only one with a stash. 

Indygo Junction Lady Bugs and Bumble Bees

Indygo Junction Lady Bugs and Bumble Bees IJ480 Designed by Donna Martin UNCUTPattern for an A-line jumper, a felt jumper with pleated skirt and a blouse. Two vests and two purses to fit 17″-19″ doll.

All of the patterns are uncut and complete with their own plastic bag to keep them safe from the elements….like scissors and nosy dogs (well, mine are nosy).

Indygo Junction Bunny Hop

Indygo Junction Bunny Hop IJ470 UNCUT Pattern for an a-line jumper, a felt jumper with pleated skirt, a vest and a blouse to fit 17-19″ dolls.Also includes a bunny purse.

I love the purses….I wonder if they could be enlarged for little girls…girls love purses, even when they are empty.

Indygo Junction Dainty Daisies

Indygo Junction Dainty Daisies IJ481 Designed by Donna Martin UNCUT Pattern for an a-line jumper, a felt jumper with pleated skirt, a hat, a blouse, and a purse to fit 17-19″ dolls.

Remember to use the coupon code BLOGGIN to get the 15% discount when ordering. 

Indygo Junction Teddy Time

Indygo Junction Teddy Time IJ474 Designed by Donna Martin UNCUT Pattern for a jumper & overalls with a felt bib, Teddy Bear purse, vest & muff also included. Fits 17-19″ dolls.

Post by Eileen of GoofingOff Sewing

Little Girl and Her Doll Twin: GoofingOff’s Mid Week Rummage Find

Nothing  seems cuter than a little girl and her baby doll, except a little girl and her baby doll in matching outfits. The concept isn’t new….this ad for a little girl’s and doll’s matching outfits is from Ladies’ Home Journal, December, 1939. Hats, sweater, skirt, and apron match. Adorable! Great idea for holiday sewing. 

Nothing  seems cuter than a little girl and her baby doll, except a little girl and her baby doll in matching outfits. The concept isn’t new….this ad for a little girl’s and doll’s matching outfits is from Ladies’ Home Journal, December, 1939. Hats, sweater, skirt, and apron match. Adorable!



Post by Eileen at GoofingOff. 

Use the coupon code BLOGGIN to get your 15% discount during purchase.