How-To: Mid-Century Vintage Day Gloves

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How-To: Mid-Century Vintage Day Gloves


If you’re a fan of the coordinated hats, gloves, shoes, and handbags of bygone eras, you’ll love this vintage pattern for sewing mid-century day gloves shared by the ladies over at Pattern Patter!

This lovely glove pattern is meant to be hand-sewn, and would make a lovely project for a cold and snowy afternoon.

The instructions and template were written and designed by Edith M. Hummel, and originally appeared in the January 1956 issue of Workbasket Magazine.

Ready to give it a try? Click here to download the pattern.

0 thoughts on “How-To: Mid-Century Vintage Day Gloves

  1. Mary Flack says:

    Thank you for sharing my post from Pattern Patter! We offer a Free Pattern most Fridays! If not a free pattern – a giveaway.

  2. Virginia Snider says:

    Love that the gloves are all above the wrist, a must is snowy weather!!

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