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How We Slept

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Aug 4, 2011

What we wore over the years.

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Aug 4, 2011

What a great treasury!!

Aug 4, 2011

Patterns are such an easy way to tell the style through the years not to mention the hair-do of the time. Good idea for treasury

madametosh says:

Aug 4, 2011

Great job!!!

Aug 4, 2011

I'm ready for a slumber party! Who's bringing the record player?

allpatterns says:

Aug 4, 2011

This treasury makes me smile...funny to look back.

patternshop says:

Aug 4, 2011

Great treasury! Did someone say slumber party??? Let me know when:) Thanks for including my pattern.

SewMrsP says:

Aug 4, 2011

slumber party sounds great! i have some samba records to bring but will NOT do home perms...

the mens boxer shorts are just killer....

thanks sew much -

Mrs P

emporialtd says:

Aug 4, 2011

Wonderful collection of pattern envelope art. Love it!. An honor to be included, thanks.

Aug 4, 2011

What a clever idea! Great job on your treasury. Thank you for the include.

Aug 4, 2011

These are wonderful! I wish I had kept all my old patterns.

Aug 4, 2011

What a unique and wonderful treasury!

Rustika says:

Aug 4, 2011

this is really interesting! great job!

Aug 4, 2011

If I could only sew!!!

Aug 4, 2011

This is so clever!!

Aug 4, 2011

GREAT TREASURY!!

Surori says:

Aug 4, 2011

Creative Treasury theme!

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QuiltCitySue says:

Aug 4, 2011

Slumber Party would have been a great title! I wish I'd thought of it. I wanted to show how our at home clothes have changed which reflects how our lives have changed. It's time travel for the short of time. But I noticed as I put this together what really stood out to me is how our role expectations have evolved. I forgot how much our clothes and lives were so gender segregated. Unisex would have been so considered so against nature as to be unthinkable. Thanks for all your comments.

AliceSioux says:

Aug 5, 2011

Way Cool~! Love LOVE LOVE Vintage patterns~!

Aug 5, 2011

Nice treasury QCSue! I love all the old sleepwear patterns. : )

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