Then I realized we had 4 thrift stores in town. Maybe I'd get lucky and find some patterns? Worth a look right? Well - I found some amazing old school patterns. Take a looky!
Ps. All 10 patterns cost me $0.29 each! How amazing is that?!?!? Pretty amazing. Yes, I answer my own questions.
Sweet jacket (McCalls 7102)
Simple shift w bonus Bat Wing Jacket (See&Sew 5154)
Honeycomb waist detail Dress (Style 1310)
Bow tie back dress (colour block option) (Buttrick 4776)
The Amish turtleneck and Jumper (McCalls 7207)
Sweat Suit Specialty (doesn't say brand?)
View B: pull-on pants have drawstring in waistband and zippered side seam pockets; legs and waistline are finished with stretch rib-knit bands.
View C: pull-on top has low front yoke with zipper, drop shoulders, hood, and double-pouch front pocket; long sleeves and hip area finished with stretch rib-knit bands.
View D: pull-on pants have elastic waistband with drawstring, cut-away front pockets with inside coin pockets; hemmed straight pant legs have knee patches and optional side seam zippers at ankles.
Batwing Dress (Buttrick 6676)
Button Front Dress (Buttrick 4544)
Cross-over Jacket (McCalls 7577)
Tapered Wrap Dress (Buttrick 4017)
And my one failure:
Girls 8-in-1 pattern (McCalls 8044)
So what do you think of my thrift store pattern haul?? I think I did already! Especially since I thought I wouldn't find anything at all! :D I love to be pleasantly surprised!
Ps. Excuse my shitty photos - I take my photos with my iTouch; it has 0 megapixels. Excellent.