Oh dear - this is beyond words....I just can't tell you how I've been after that "Know How" look all my life, and now thankfully you have finally described it perfectly. Oh Yeah, I want that soundtrack too!Pardon me now while I go skipping to the nut house!!!!How 'bout those notches....I think I cut those things out once like that and that was the end of that!Absolutely amazing!!
Omigosh, are these for real?!
Priceless! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
This is surreal !!!!!!!!!
I'm almost old enough to remember this type of video. Thank you so much for sharing. I try to tell my daughter about how things used to be, but you "just had to be there."
Interesting, I enjoyed them!
A delightful yesteryear movie. I enjoy your blog a lot, and as a new sewer I'll be back again soon for all the good info. Thank you Ann :)
I loved these two videos - delightful!
Thanks for sharing. What a hoot these videos are!
Oh,my!! HOW we've streamlined things now--without losing good fit and a well-made garment, eh!!THANKS for sharing!!Rhonda in Montreal (PR)
Thank You Ann for sharing I can't resist adding these to my blog too.Hope you don't mine.I will mention I've seen it on here first
The first one especially is a hoot! Pretty good advice in both, but what is this "basting" they refer to? :-)Love the Featherweight!
These are awesome, Ann! Thank you so much for sharing!
ahhh ... I love these videos are as small films and are well acclimated. thanks for finding and for showing. greetings and happy Sunday, Paco
Thank you for posting these videos. I enjoyed the walk back through time.
Thank you , and thank you for sharing this... Have a wonderful week
How wonderful! Just love the voice, music, the whole thing. Now I just need to make something so I can look gay too! :))
Viewing these was so much fun. Thanks and Happy Sewing!C
Thanks for sharing these, Ann. While I wasn't even a gleam in my parents' eyes at that time, it does bring back memories of my great aunts & grandmother's sewing process. It also reminded me of watching my beloved MIL sew. She was a stickler for rules. She claimed that I always sewed with "a red hot needle & a burning thread". I think that was her way of telling me to slow down some.
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