Author(s): The McCall Pattern Company
Batched with twine like a stack of sewing patterns, these three notebooks feature the original McCall's packaging of the 1960s and 1970s, with cute-as-a-button graphics and slogans. Blank and lined interior pages are sepia-toned and adorned with sewing motifs, inviting journalers to record project details or everyday musings.
The McCall Pattern Company (est. 1870) is the world's foremost producer of sewing patterns, and parent company to not only McCalls Patterns but also Butterick (est. 1863), Vogue (est. 1899) and Simplicity (est. 1927, and owned by McCall's until January 2013). McCall's was founded in New York City in 1870 by Scotsman James McCall, who also founded McCall's Magazine (1873-2002). For nearly 150 years, McCall's has brought fashion into the American home and to sewing audiences around the world.