doe-c-doe hit the crafty motherlode when recently (she’s a thrift shop and estate sale addict), and unearthed a vintage issue of Woman’s Day magazine featuring an ultra-inspiring holiday layout. She’s done us all a big favor and uploaded the patterns as PDFs in case you want to try stitching up any of these fun creatures for yourself. (I’m totally making the giraffe!)
UPDATE: Looks like doe-c-doe removed the PDF because the content might be copyrighted, we’ve emailed Woman’s Day and asked if they’d be interested in letting CRAFT post some patterns from the 60’s – we’ll let you know if it happens!

10 thoughts on “Vintage Holiday Toy Patterns @ doe-c-doe

  1. This November 1961 issue is still under copyright. Please don’t promote and encourage the posting of copyrighted materials!

  2. thanks for adding that update Jenny. I hope Woman’s Day will work with Craft to make their vintage patterns available!

  3. No problem Gina, I’m sorry this opened up a can of worms. Discussion about these issues is always good of course but I felt bad that you got some snarky drive-by comments on your original post.

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Jenny Ryan

Jenny Ryan is an artist, crafter, and maker of things. She lives in Los Angeles with a pack of various animals (including her husband) and writes about her adventures in creating at Exit Through the Thrift Shop.

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