Vintage 1930s Pattern, Men's & Boys Neckties WW2 PDF Download
Recreate the art deco elegance of the 1930s with a debonair bias cut, tie. In 1924 German American tailor Jesse Langsdorf of New York tamed those annoying wrinkles by stitching the necktie from 3 bias-cut pieces Just before the introduction of rayon and nylon which would be perfect for the tie cut in one piece. The depression-era clashed bright colours with bold spots and stripes. Stand out from the crowd like Frank Sinatra and Cary Grant in this true to era wardrobe accessory.
Offered as: Instant Download (how to print and assemble)
Suitable for: Both men and boys age 10-14
Difficulty Level: Beginner/ Intermediate sewing pattern skills
Recommended fabrics: Silks, Sateen, Viscose, Fine wool, Cotton.
After purchase, you will receive an email with a link to simply download at home, formatted for both 8.52x11" and A4 printing. This digital download will print actual size, full-scale pattern pieces.