Feature Friday: Revival Designed Patterns
It’s time for the first Feature Friday of 2021! Are you looking for some sewing inspiration for the new year? Then this week’s feature has you covered.
Revival Designed Patterns is the latest endeavor from Janyce Hill, founder of the Vintage Pattern Lending Library. Janyce has been reproducing patterns since the mid-1990s, and she has an archive of over 50,000 patterns from the 1860s to the 1950s to use as source material for her new releases.
Fueled by a love of vintage fashion, Revival Designed offers vintage reproduction patterns graded into a wide range of sizes, including plus sizes! They even offer a service where, in exchange for the right to sell copies, they will grade a vintage pattern to your size for free and return the original.
With a focus on the 1920s to the 1940s, Revival Designed features variety of garments, from separates to dresses to lounge wear. There is even a selection of free pattern downloads available right now. Plus, the shop carries both printed and PDF versions of their patterns, so you can choose whichever format you like best.
If you are looking for something cozy and glamorous, one of her newest releases, this 1931 Art Deco Dressing Gown, would be perfect!
Or these 1930s Lounging Pajamas, which would make great work-from-home attire.
And this 1930s Breakfast Set would also make a delightful alternative to yoga pants.
Revival Designs also has fashion reference materials available to download, like this 1914 La Mode Pattern Catalog:
Or this 1930s Sewing Manual:
Finally, they have a Patreon where you can get access to even more original resources and PDF patterns, as well as special offers.
You can find more products from Revival Designed on their website:
Their Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/revivaldesigned
And you can find them on social media at
Instagram — @revivaldesignedpatterns