Antique Graphics Wednesday – 1900’s Sewing Goods Images

Today, I have an assortment of sewing-related advertisements from the early 1900’s to share with you.  These would be wonderful for as framed art for a sewing/craft room or studio.
(Click on these images to enlarge and save.)

I especially love the small emblem inside the DMC advertisement.

Here is an ad for a set of household and sewing scissors.

Here is just one pair of the scissors, with the background removed.
I especially love this image, because I love bolts of fabric.  Growing up with a mother who had a professional drapery business and who did lots of sewing, means I spent a lot of time in fabric stores.  I just love to see bolts and bolts of fabric, all lined up – especially pretty ginghams and calicoes.  If I ever fix up my workshop into a nice studio to work in, I want bolts of fabric on a shelf!
Here is the image with the background removed.

All of the magazine pages these advertisements came from were sent to me by Audrey @ Timeless Treasures.  Thanks Audrey!


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  1. Angie … love what you do with the graphics in those old magazines. Amazing.
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures.

  2. Wow, these are awesome! Thanks for sharing. I’m in the process of redoing my craft/sewing room and these will be perfect for decorating the bare walls in the basement.
    Debbie 🙂

  3. Thank you so much ! I really enjoy these!

  4. Aren’t these fun! Love ’em.

  5. Thanks for sharing..
    They are great..

  6. These are great. thank you so much Angie.

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