I’ve been thinking about making eBooks for a while now and decided to test the waters by digitizing an original copy of the April 1944 issue of Butterick Fashion News.
I have made this download available to you for FREE as both a PDF and an eBook that you can view on an iPad or similar device. It’s 15 pages of amazing WWII era fashion inspiration, and it would have been near criminal of me not to share it with you!
Please feel free to link to this page, pin this page, or send your friends here. Please do not redistribute, re-post, or sell these downloads (in whole or part) anywhere else. I have made it available FREE for you here on Lucky Lucille!
If you appreciate these little peeks into Fashion/Sewing history as much as I do, buy me a cuppa’ coffee to say thanks! Only if you want to, of course 😉
Here ya go!
To open the eBook you must click the download button from an iPad or iPhone in Safari browser, with iBooks installed. A new browser window will open and will appear blank for several seconds. It’s a pretty large file (14.5MG) so the screen will look as if nothing is happening as the file loads, but soon you will be prompted to open the eBook in iBooks or a similar application from that browser window.
The PDF should open on any computer, tablet, and/or browser, but may take a little while to load up. Again, the images are large!
Please let me know if you have any problems with the downloads.