Hi Tarna! I'm new to this site, and have been loving the patterns! Quick question, is there any way to make the thumbnails of the patterns larger so you can scroll through and find a product you like? Especially if I'm looking under a specific catagory like pants or dress, I would love to be able to clearly see the thumbnails to find designs I like. If there is a way to do that on my end I would appreciate the help.
Thank you Tarna for removing the pattern. Sorry I did not do it earlier.
I have just added a new page with a book (Stitch by Stitch) and I hope that I listed in the right category.
Thanks again for always being on top of things.
Have a great day!
I have a copy of this pattern. Mine has a color illustration and the wiki page has a different envelope which is black & white. I'm not sure which to do... add my image to the existing page, replace it, or leave it alone? Also, since mine is also dated 1943, is this still considered a reissue?
PS - CONGRATS on the well-deserved Editor OTM award!
It seems many of the patterns were printed in black and white during WWII (particularly if printed in Europe), as well as in color. You could add the picture to the page. It is not technically a reissue; more an alternate colorway.
Thanks... They just started this, and the "crezy lady with a gazillion edits" may have been an easy choice :)
Style 4301A- Hi Tarna I'm new here and well lets just say I'm messing up all over the place. I just created a page and of course relized after I pulished it that there is one already for the same pattern. I tried to delete my page but I can't figure out how. I'm hoping you can help as I hate clogging things up with repeat pages. Sorry for making more work for you next time I will triple check before making a new page. Thank you so much for your time Deborah
No worries. I will delete the page (only admins can delete pages).
One thing to do to avoid duplicates is to make sure leave a space between the actual pattern number and the letter when you create the page title. Of course, the best thing to do is to type the pattern name and number into the search box before adding.
Butterick 6736 C - Tarna - I must have entered the pattern number incorrectly. It should have been 6737 C. I just went in to delete my source since I sold the pattern and discovered I entered the wrong #.
Hello there! I'm a member of the Fandom Editor Experience team and we've selected you to receive some Fandom swag as part of our first Editor Rewards program initiative with Emerging Interests wikis. This is free of charge, with a potential caveat I'll get to shortly.
If you're in the US or Canada, that's all you have to do. If you're not, there may be a customs charge after the item arrives in your country that we cannot pay for you, due to vendor limitations. If you don't want to pay it, feel free to refuse the gift. We won't take it personally at all. If you are not the directed user of this message, please note that we will ignore your form request.
p.s. I know you already won Editor of the Month, but this is a separate program, and you deserve it!
My name is Abby Glassenberg and I'm the co-founder of Craft Industry Alliance. We have a blog covering craft news and I'm working on a short article about the vintage sewing pattern wikia. I know that there has been confusion out there about what this site actually contains (misunderstanding that it's actually free patterns to download due to misleading clickbait headlines on other sites). The goal of my piece is to set the record straight. I wondered if you might be available for a quick phone chat this week? I'm in the Boston area. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org Could you send me a message? Thank you! -Abby