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Vogue Patterns Magazine October/November 2011
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2011 ARTICLES:BEYOND VINTAGE: Our staff takes on the challenge to modernize Vintage Vogue through fabrics, silhouette changes and styling.
DRESSING BY THE NUMBERS: Carol Zyla’s point of view on dressing “age appropriately.”
HIDDEN TREASURES: Linda Griepentrog’s guide to finding the materials for your next sewing project in thrift stores.
FOLLOWING SUIT: Secondhand style. Turn your boyfriend’s [husband’s, father’s, brother’s] cast-off coats into chic accessories.
WOOL, WHY WE LOVE IT! From sheep to shear to spool, wool is a wonderful, sustainable, eco-friendly fiber.
THE COAT OF MANY COLLARS: Sandra Betzina shows how to make a detachable collar.
COUTURE DETAILS: A comprehensive look at handworked details that can only be found on expensive garments.
EDITORIAL LICENSE: A complete rundown of all the changes we made to patterns in this issue.
PROJECT ONE: LEATHER TOGGLES: Kathryn Brenne shows how to make toggles with scraps of leather.
PROJECT TWO: MAKE IT MATERNITY! A guide to converting a regular Misses’ pattern into maternity.
PROJECT THREE: ADDING SLEEVES: An easy way to add sleeves to a sleeveless garment.