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The Glasgow School of Art Library web site points to the Vintage Sewing Reference Library – a not-for-profit organization that provides free access to primary source reference material on vintage fashion and lifestyle.

If you’d like to make clothes on a smaller scale and for a good cause, check out the Twirls for Girls project where you can get free, downloadable patterns to make doll clothes that will be donated to local Toys for Tots campaigns.

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    Nov 25, 2007, 06.23 PMby nehmah

    Thank you so much for this great on-line reference source. The next few days w/b spent in the UK, as it were! Nehmah

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