About The McCall Pattern Company
The McCall Pattern Company founded in 1870, is a privately-owned, worldwide company that designs, manufactures, markets, distributes and sells sewing patterns and instructions for women's, men's and children's fashions, accessories, costumes, crafts and home decor, under the brand names of Butterick, McCall's and Vogue Patterns. In addition, The McCall Pattern Company publishes and distributes in-store catalogs for the three pattern brands, and consumer magazine Vogue Patterns.
Wallies, a division of The McCall Pattern Company designs, manufactures, markets, distributes and sells vinyl and wallpaper cutouts and murals, and chalkboard products.
The McCall Pattern Company has several branches around the world, with the New York City headquarters housing the executive, sales, marketing, merchandising, design, editorial, and publishing offices. The production, printing, distribution and fulfillment facility is located in Manhattan, Kansas.