EXACT REPRODUCTION OF VINTAGE PATTERN – 1930’S 17/5

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  • Digital replication of a Beautiful 1930’s sewing pattern
  • This listing is for digital download PDF files in both print ‘at home Letter /A4 paper and large format (36″ /A0) copy shop print size.
  • Pattern and instructions are in English, Instructions are exact scans of the original.
  • Please see pattern back cover photo for fabric suggestions, the body measurements and yardage meterage requirements.
  • Imperial size here ……………………………….
  • Metric size here ……………………………………..
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Imperial Inches
B/C Cup D/DD Cup E/F Cup G/H Cup
High Bust Full Bust Full Bust Full Bust Full Bust Waist Hips
30 in 32 in 34 in 35 in 36 in 24 in 34 in
31 in 33 in 34 in 35 in 36 in 26½ in 36 in
33 in 34½ in 35½ in 37 in 38 in 28½ in 38 in
34 in 36 in 37 in 38 in 39 in 30 in 39½ in
35½ in 38 in 38½ in 39½ in 40½ in 31½ in 41 in
37½ in 39½ in 40½ in 41½ in 42½ in 33 in 42½ in
39 in 41½ in 42 in 43 in 44 in 34¾ in 44½ in
40 in 43¾ in 44¾ in 45¾ in 47 in 36½ in 46¾ in
43 in 47¼ in 48 in 49 in 50 in 39¾ in 48¾ in
48 in 50½ in 52 in 53 in 54 in 43¼ in 52½ in
51 in 54 in 55 in 56 in 57 in 45¾ in 55½ in
53½ in 56 in 57 in 58 in 59 in 48 in 57 in
55½ in 58 in 59 in 60 in 61 in 50 in 60 in
Metric CM
B/C Cup D/DD Cup E/F Cup G/H Cup
High Bust Full Bust Full Bust Full Bust Full Bust Waist Hips
76cm 81cm 86cm 89cm 91.5cm 61cm 86cm
79cm 84cm 86.5cm 89cm 91.5cm 68cm 92cm
84cm 88cm 90cm 94cm 96.5cm 72cm 96cm
88cm 92cm 94cm 96.5cm 99cm 76cm 100cm
92cm 96cm 98cm 100.5cm 103cm 80cm 104cm
95cm 100cm 103cm 105.5cm 108cm 84cm 108cm
100cm 105cm 109cm 109cm 112cm 88cm 113.5cm
105cm 111cm 113.5cm 116cm 119.5cm 93.5cm 118.5cm
115cm 120cm 122cm 124.5cm 127cm 109cm 124cm
122cm 128cm 132cm 134.5cm 137cm 110cm 133cm
129cm 137cm 140cm 142.5cm 145cm 116cm 141cm
136cm 142cm 145cm 147.5cm 150cm 122cm 145cm
141cm 147cm 150cm 152.5cm 156cm 127cm 152cm

  • These vintage patterns are fitted by a full bust or high bust measurement. Get the bust correct and the waist and hips are easily adjusted if needed.
  • If your full bust measurement is proportionally larger than your other body measurements you may be better choosing the pattern size by your high bust measurement and then doing a full bust adjustment. For more help on fitting and measurements click here
  • Cleaned, scanned digitally reproduced original Vintage sewing patterns from all over the world.
  • Instantly downloadable Pdf files. Files include both ‘print at home’ Letter / A4 size paper & Large format A0 (36″) copy shop full-sized patterns are included.
  • Details and live links to online copy shops around the world are included. Get your A0 patterns printed quickly and posted to your home at competitive prices.
  • We sell both Original Vintage Patterns cleaned and scanned with no amendments and Vintage Patterns Re-graded for a more modern size range.
  • Blog help with free downloads, sew aids, charts, and photo tutorials. Visit our blog here.
  • Some vintage patterns from the 1930s do not have written instructions, so not suitable for novice dressmakers. When this is the case it is clearly indicated in pictures and descriptions.

Vintage Patterns

It is noticeable, when using vintage resources, the older the patterns the fewer instructions and pattern markings were provided.

Many older paper patterns came with no markings or limited perforated markings. We have modernized these with some symbols added to the actual pattern pieces.

Some novice and younger dressmakers are not used to reading traditional sewing pattern symbols and indicators so the decision was made to write labels in English /French where possible. I hope it helps more people to read the patterns easily.

Typical markings added:

  • Pattern part (skirt front, back, side, etc.)
  • Centre front, side, and back seams
  • Zip placements
  • Button placements
  • Pleated areas
  • Seam allowances

The more experienced dressmakers, hopefully, will not be put off by all the extra information and labels

rare vintage patterns

We have professionally graded the patterns using a combination of traditional grading tables and modern 3d scanning and modelling for the larger sizes.

Too often larger sizes are simply graded up from a standard 36-inch bust model. Curves do not grade up equally in all places as we larger ladies know. Bums, boobs, and bellies have minds of their own.

I still strongly suggest you take the time to make a muslin (mock-up) to adjust fittings for your personal body shape. I have a full range of body sloper patterns in my shop to download to help you to know your curves.

These original vintage patterns are suitable for intermediate and advanced sewers.  You need to know how to sew zips, join seams, add facings, hem, gather, and pleat.

Additional information

Sewing Level

Level 1 – Basic sewing skills: must be able to sew darts and seams, hem, insert basic zips. Understand how to align pattern to fabric grain.

Level 2 – – Basic sewing skills: must be able to sew darts and seams, hem, insert basic zips. Understand how to align pattern to fabric grain. make buttonholes and attach simple collars, sew facings to armholes and necklines.

Level 3 – Basic sewing skills – – basic sewing skills: must be able to sew darts and seams, hem, insert basic zips. Understand how to align pattern to fabric grain. make buttonholes and attach simple collars, sew facings and bindings to armholes and necklines. be familiar with sewing on the bias and stretch fabrics.

Level 4 – Basic sewing skills: must be able to sew darts and seams, hem, insert basic zips. Understand how to align pattern to fabric grain. make buttonholes and attach simple collars, sew facings and bindings to armholes and necklines. Be familiar with sewing on the bias and stretch fabrics. Inserting welt pockets and linings.

Level 5 – Basic sewing skills – – basic sewing skills: must be able to sew darts and seams, hem, insert basic zips. Understand how to align pattern to fabric grain. make buttonholes and attach simple collars, sew facings and bindings to armholes and necklines. be familiar with sewing on the bias and stretch fabrics. Adding linings and more tailored fitting skills along with fabric knowledge and manipulation skills needed during the making of these garments.