Menswear and boys’ sewing patterns
Probably from the 1940’s, Style pattern 4726 features tailored pyjamas with a coat-style jacket. Suitable fabrics were flannel, rayon, silk, cotton and Viyella (merino wool and cotton in a twill weave).
1940’s pattern for a shirt and collar.
1964 pattern for trousers, slacks and ski pants. The latter were only for stretch fabric. The others were suitable for cottons, blends, corduroy, synthetics, gabardine, wools and flannel.
1970 pattern for teen boys’ and men’s shirt and hip-hugger shorts or bell-bottom pants.
1973 pattern for men’s patio jacket, pants or walking shorts and swim trunks.
1930’s pattern for boy’s pyjamas. I’ve never seen blue paper pattern pieces before.
1950’s pattern for shirt and shorts. The pattern envelope advertises Slyko sewing cotton for general purpose sewing and Trylko, made from Terylene, for synthetic or flameproof fabrics.
Late 60’s/early 70’s pattern for a blazer. Suggested fabrics were blazer flannel, Barathea or gaberdine.
Maudella Patterns Co Ltd were based in Bradford.
I haven’t got any to show you, but all these companies also made patterns for dolls clothes.