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This is something else! It's a transfer pattern for monograms, outlines for embroidery, His/Her, birds, flowers, greenery..you name it!
THERE IS NO DATE on this at all, none on the sleeve and none on the xfer sheet. None. so, your guess is as good as mine!
I know my mother did most of her sewing in the 60's and she remember's doing this kind of stuff 1963,4,5 but not after that.

I have not done any research on the company Vogart...I wonder if they turned into today's Vogue?

Directions from the sleeve:
1) Cut out the Monogram
2) Pin it to your material. The "rough" side of the pattern should be on the fabric.
3) Place the couple on an iron board.
4) Transfer the pattern with one quick stroke of a medium hot iron. (If you miss transfer, the print on the transfer pattern will wash out.
5) Stitch (then, by hand) by following the outline on the fabric.

Everything that you see here on the third photo is available. She used the "C"'s and I think it was a long string of flowers, once they are gone from the transfer paper, they are gone.
Look closely at the cover and read the back of the pattern with a zoom. (The wording is so antiquated..it states "it is so easy that both busy women and beginners will be amazed at how quickly the finest results are accomplished"... Wow! ...women....what about men??? This really shows it's age.

Pattern, Collection of Monogram Styles in a pattern, number 221 by Vogart Co., NY, NY

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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