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Home Folk Peddlar Women Vintage Pattern Craft Tool

Home Folk Peddlar Women Vintage Pattern Craft Tool

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Recycled Product (Supply) ... Destashing Vintage Patterns!

In the 1600-1800's, the Flower Peddlar stood on the street corner hawking her nosegays with a smile, brightening the days of those that bought from her. This Flower Peddlar, that you make, will brighten your days as she blesses your houseplants and keeps them safe from harm.

Notions Nanny is derived from the old Peddlar Woman figure from the 1800's, who sold her wares from house to house, sometimes arriving in the nick of time with a length of ribbon or bit of lace that was needed to finish a dress. This Notions Nanny, when made, protects your sewing room, watching over your stitching, keeping all your seams straight.

They are both 12" tall, easily jointed with covered buttons. The plastic envelope that the pattern is in has a few small holes, from shelf, and storage, wear; however, the pattern is in excellent condition, as can be seen in photos 1 and 2, out of the envelope.

This is an UNCUT VINTAGE pattern! Copyright 1985. Made in the U.S.A.

2.5 oz.

P.S. As explained, in my about page (and other pages); I am cleaning out my craft room. I am selling most of the patterns that I have had, for a while (some my mom's, and my Grandmother's); however, have no interest in making, now. Although, I do not categorize these patterns, as, exactly, new, most are unused, and uncut (and, in great condition). There may be signs of shelf, or storage wear, even, some yellowing; however, the patterns are still use-able, and in excellent condition. Please see the photo section, where you can see in advance, a pattern's condition; and a photo of the pattern, listed.

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If a clothing pattern is not your size ... these two links will show you how to re-size your patterns: and/or

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