Vintage Sewing Patterns

McCall 1424

82,766pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Add New Page Comments0

Mccall 1424

McCall 1424; ca. 1948; Printed Pattern for Four Stuffed Dolls and Wardrobe.  Yellow Transfer for Embroidery.  One Pattern makes four cuddly dolls, wardrobe pattern included!  Delight Sister with Joanie Belle (short cut), Sharon Belle and Suzy Belle (braids, Suzy wears a bonnet), or this irresistible New Look Topsy.  One pattern makes all four dolls, 4 transfer faces, one body pattern included. Cut according to pattern, sew up, turn inside out, and stuff with cotton!  Embroider eyes, nose, etc. in satin outline stitches.  Make wigs of yarn, outfits from scrab-bag bits, trim with rick-rack.  Shoes are sewn on, bonnets are detachable.  Doll can sit, legs are movable.  One size.  15.5" tall.

Pictured in 1949 McCall Emroidery Catalog.

Links to reviews/blog postsEdit



Add a photo to the gallery by clicking the "modify" button below.


[insert your username, and make sure your preferences allow for people to contact you via e-mail. Do not list your email address here!]

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki