I love charity shops, so one day as I was on one of my rummaging days out,, I discovered some treasures,, sewing treasures to be precise.
Has anyone heard of “Maudella, Le Roy, Pebble mill at one” I even found some old butterick and womans realm patterns,,

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  • Manneqin_large

    Mar 2, 2011, 11.22 PMby japconst

    A friend was on a mission tour in the US and came back with patterns from the oldies! I was estatic. I have quite a bunch of “old” children’s costume patterns if you are interested to swap. I collect retro dress patterns.

  • Jan_self_portrait_sewing_large

    Mar 13, 2013, 08.33 AMby textilet

    Maudela were a range of paper patterns u could buy in UK- cheap! I think in the 70-80’s Never heard of the second – but Pebble Mill at One was a UK tv program- obviously on at 1!! and I suspect u could send for things that they did- I never thought that they did patterns but then I was never at home much to watch it!! It was like Richard and Judy show or the one with all the women gossips that is on now! I can’t remember this particular programmes name- something like rude women- even though I’m now retired I still never switch the tv on in the day- what a waste of sewing time!!

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