Bizarre Vintage Sewing Ads: What Were They Thinking?

There are some really bizarre vintage sewing ads out there, particularly Victorian trade cards for thread companies. Trade cards were precursors to business cards, and they became popular and collectible among Victorians. As described by Keep Reading

40+ Free Sewing Books: Vintage and Antique Sewing Refer...

In this post, I’ll go over how to find free vintage sewing books. There are a lot of vintage and antique books that are in the public domain and they span topics from sewing, dressmaking, Keep Reading

Betsy Ross Vintage Toy Sewing Machine Guide

Previously, I’ve posted about my vintage sewing machine collection, and recently I expended it by adding two vintage toy sewing machines. They look identical, but they’re different brands. One is the iconic and popular Betsy Keep Reading

Brimfield Review: Vintage Sewing and Crafting Finds

Brimfield: it’s the largest outdoor antique show in the US (or so it says on their website). There are fields upon fields of antique dealers, and there’s no single space to find vintage sewing/craft supplies. There are Keep Reading