Vintage 1950s Walker's Hot Iron Embroidery Transfer Pattern number 711. Dainty flower designs to beautify your bedroom. Baskets of blossoms, vivid butterflies, bows, leaves, and floral motifs for pairs of pillowcases and bed linens.
This pattern comes with two sheets, is original, uncut and unused. Transfer color is blue. Envelope and transfer are in good condition.
Note: Some of these older vintage transfers no longer work to transfer with heat. So you may need to trace the images with a hot iron transfer pen prior to using these sweet little patterns.
Please check my shop for more vintage transfer patterns, sewing patterns and fabrics:
Vintage original Coats & Clark's craft book lot. Four books included in this listing.
Softcover books, each measure 5 3/8 x about 7 1/2 inches long.
Book No. 119, Embroidery Including Transfers. Transfers are still in the book. The blue on the transfers has bled to adjoining pages. Copyright 1960. 35 pages.
Book No. 125, Ruffled Doilies. Crochet patterns. Copyright 1961. 35 pages.
Book No. 136, Doilies by Priscilla. Copyright 1962. 33 pages.
Book No. 148, Old and New Favorites by Request. Copyright 1964. 35 pages.
All are in good condition. No. 148 shows more wear than the other three.
Nice 1960s patterns!
Vintage Putnam Fadeless Fabric Dyes and Tints. These old stock dyes date to circa 1920s or 1930s.
Manufactured by the Monroe Chemical Company of Quincy, Illinois.
Envelopes each measure 5 1/2 x 3 inches and contain an instruction sheet and a color packet.
Available colors include:
Jenny Newland Dog Fabric.
Features various breeds of puppies, along with baskets, tulips, and blue bows.
I believe this is cotton, but could be a blend.
You will receive one continuous uncut piece measuring 44” wide x 2 yards long.
Thanks for looking!