After that the logo was written in script and kept in the upper left hand corner.
Mc Call was the name of the pattern company until it changed it's name to Mc Call's in 1952.
From various Advance pattern booklets Butterick also didn't print the copyright of their patterns anywhere on the pattern.
In the 1930's to the early 1940's the Butterick logo was across the whole top of the pattern or in script print anywhere on the pattern.
Not all Hollywood patterns had glamorous radio and movie stars on their envelopes though.
During WW2 Hollywood patterns had a star in the upper left hand corner.
During the mid 1940's the logo was placed in a black box and in the late 1940's the logo was fixed in the left hand corner.
In the 1950’s Butterick added a color box around logo and eventually this just became a light gray.
For all pattern a size 12 indicated a 30" bust until 1956 when a size 12 indicated a 32" bust and then in the 1960's sizes changed again and a size 12 changed to a 34" bust, this sizing continues today.Mc Call did print their copyright dates on their patterns it's just a matter of finding them because Dates printed on envelope they were printed in various location.During the 1920's it seems the dates were anywhere on the envelope back, in the 1930's it was moved to the flap of the pattern and then 1940's and later it was moved to the back edge of the envelope.Cemetarian offers one of the biggest and best selections of Vintage & Out of Print sewing patterns, clothing, jewelry, vintage magazine advertisements, vintage postcards, vintage photos and vinyl phonograph records.Grandma's House - Sewing and needlecraft patterns and books, hot iron transfers, vintage handkerchiefs, aprons, and linens, fabrics, feedsacks, fabric craft panels, decorative painting books, & cookie cutters.
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During the 1920's pattern envelopes were not the size they are today, with these patterns the Mc Call name was on the top.