So needless to say, I was pleased beyond belief when the lovely Ally of SloCrafty on etsy sent me a note asking me for my address so she could send me a copy of the missing piece from her own pattern.
Ally's Hollywood 1633 can be found in her shop here.
Ally and many of my lovely readers are wonderful reminders that good Samaritans and generally awesome people are still out there, being nice just because they can.
I love you guys.
So to thank Ally for saving this pattern from my "wish I could but probably wont ever get to" pile, I'm going to shamelessly promote her shop. Many of her patterns were already in my favorites, because she has some really great ones.
Like this gorgeous keyhole neckline 1940's dress pattern:
halter dress and bolero pattern that screams "take me to the beach!"
SloCrafty and thanks again, Ally, for making my day!
I just dicovered your blog this morning.ReplyDelete
Auntie, I'm so glad you like the blog! If there's ever anything you'd like to see me post about, feel free to let me know!
I started a sweater from a forty yr old bernat booklet.ReplyDelete
I lost the booklet and found a reference to it online in a knitter's blog.
She posted the entire pattern plus picture online for me. How cool is that?!