Vintage 1940s Sewing Pattern, Men's Debonair Ties
Debonair sewing pattern to make: "Men's Neckties: The bow tie is cut on the straight of the material and is interlined and faced. Either square or pointed ends may be chosen. The bias tie is given in two lengths 45" and 47". The 45" length is cut in three sections to allow for the use of less material and the 47" is cut in two sections. The bias tie may be lined or unlined. The interlining pattern is given as well as instructions for cutting a cardboard pressing board to keep the tie in good shape when pressing. The ties may be made from dress remnants of suitable design." 9 pieces given, dated 1943.
Offered as: Paper Pattern or the Original Pattern
Difficulty Level: Intermediate sewing pattern skills
Recommended fabrics: Silk, Cotton.
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Based on availability: If you select a Paper Pattern, you will receive a true to scale reproduction sewing pattern printed on A0 premium paper, along with instructions, and a full colour front cover. Your pattern will arrive, in a clear re-sealable envelope for easy storage.
If you choose to purchase the original pattern, you will have bought a piece of history!
Please note; our vintage patterns are of the era, and will include age related wear and tear, but of course are still usable.