Vintage Resources

Atomic Redhead You came here because you like old stuff and weird places, right?

By Gum By Golly is all about knitting, sewing and living the vintage lifestyle. She has a brilliant tutorial that I reference on how to resize vintage knitting patterns. 

Evelyn Woods is one of my favourite channels on YouTube. Not only does Evelyn show you how to refashion modern clothes to look vintage, she shows you how to wear vintage accessories.

Harlow Darling is a blog dedicated to fashions from the 1920s to the 1940s.

Krystle Couturiere is a 1930s lifestyle  and sewing blog.

Subversive Femme is a great place for inspiration on 1930 to 1950s sewing and knitting reproduction.

The Closest Historian is a blog I check on a regular basis. She gives vintage fashion advice and tutorials for DIY projects and fixes. 

Vintage Dream Blog is a sewing blog that is all about 1930s reproduction using original patterns.

Vintage Gal I have had a love of all things vintage and antique since I was a very small girl.  I think it started with the dressing up box I had before the age of 6.

Vintage Inn focuses on vintage topics from the 1920s-1960s. With features on vintage Images, vintage Canadian History (fun and interesting topics), vintage lifestyle posts (hair, clothes, household items, events), vintage travel and so much more, you are guaranteed to find something of interest. I post 1-2 times a week.

Vintage Sewing Pattern Catalogue is a great place for vintage inspiration.

We Sew Retro is a community of ladies and gents who adore vintage patterns, vintage fabric, and vintage style. We love sharing our vintage and retro sewing projects for inspiration and encouragement with vintage sewing fanatics worldwide.