Fine Things for Plain Occasions (available here from Pantsville Press) at TNNA and knew the patterns would be great as always - I love Hunter's aesthetic; seeing the finished book just added another layer to it all. In the forward, she explains that she's been collecting vintage etiquette guides for many years now, and they are the inspiration for the patterns: each design is accompanied with an actual quote from one such guide (from which the pattern names are also derived). Each piece has a vintage flair to it, but with a modern twist, and the pattern layout has vintage flourishes which I am sure are also inspired by the same.
|Left: Knowledge of What Was Sensible; Right: A Lady is Known.|
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