"Our love is like a ship on the ocean;
We've been sailing with a cargo full of love and devotion."
Of course that Hues Corporation's song had nothing to do with vintage clothing or vintage patterns, but it was a catchy tune, they wore some cool duds, and it comes to mind when I think of sewing patterns. Lora is right. I am a little strange. So with that unusual opening let's turn to vintage patterns once again!
From Sew Retro Vintage Patterns at Main Street Patterns we find this lovely Vintage 60s Sewing Pattern Jackie O Coat with Scarf B32 5148. The back of the envelope says, in part: Coat has high nickline, long raglan sleeves and front button closing. There are welt pockets on each side of center front. V.1 neckline is finished with a collar and may be worn with top button opened to form notch-type collar. V.2 is collarless and features a straight scarf. (click the picture to view the listing)
Vintage Home Arts, also at Main Street Patterns, offers a wonderful collection of crochet and knitting patterns painstakenly reproduced and available as digital downloads. This Bed Jacket Sweater Vintage Crochet Pattern is a crocheted capelike jacket gathered at neck with elbow length sleeves. Would make a cute prom / formal wear cape. (click the picture to view the listing)
And our third selection is this Butterick Pattern 5123 Vintage 70s Robert L. Green Designed Suit - Shirt, Jacket, Pants! Uncut Size 40 from What I Found Sewing Patterns, also at Main Street Patterns. The listing says, Butterick Pattern 5123 Vintage 70s Robert L. Green Designed Suit - Shirt, Jacket, Pants for size 40. This Uncut pattern includes; Semi-fitted, partially lined, shirtjacket has pointed convertible collar, front buttoned closing, one piece yoke, shaped patch pockets with bands and full-length two pieces sleeves. With or without purchased piping or top-stitch trim. Straight-legged pants, darted into waistband have fly front, front pleats, shaped side pockets, inside pocket stay, belt carriers and topstitch trim.
Add a beard and that guy on the right could have been me in 1971! I had pants just like that. And I even wore deck shoes. ::sigh::