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Metropolitan Suit Pattern

Metropolitan Suit Pattern

The 1914 Metropolitan Suit reflects the military styling of World War I uniforms, as well as the mid-1910s interest in comfortable and practical two-piece garments. The Jacket features a tall rollover collar with either a curved or pointed center back, gently pointed center back hem, softly flared silhouette, and turn-back cuffs. The front closes with ornamental frogs. Soutache or other...
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OUT OF STOCK - 1914 Afternoon Dress Pattern

OUT OF STOCK - 1914 Afternoon Dress Pattern

This 1914 Afternoon Dress was inspired by an original design in a 1914 home economics textbook. Sizes 6-26 "DD" are all included in one envelope. Several sleeve styles are included (set-in or puffed; wrist- or elbow-length; cuffs or plain). The pattern also includes instructions for lace insertion, and appendix includes traceable embroidery designs. You can also use the pattern to create a simple...
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OUT OF STOCK - Poiret Cocoon Coat Pattern

OUT OF STOCK - Poiret Cocoon Coat Pattern

This fully-lined Cocoon Coat was designed around 1913-1919 by Paul Poiret, a renowned early 20th century designer. It features bat wing sleeves, one-piece front/back body, neckband, and hobble skirt. The easy-sew Reticule (drawstring bag), typical of the same period, is fully lined and closes with decorative cording; it is embellished with a tassel that hangs from the bottom. Suggested fabrics:...
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Travelling Suit Pattern

Travelling Suit Pattern

This sophisticated World War I era outfit was made in New York and was probably a copy of a trendy Paris fashion. The military-styled Jacket features Princess seams, shaped waistline, and below-hip peplum. The high stand collar has an optional contrast overcollar; decorative insets adorn the cuffs. The dress has a plunging V-neck in front and back, shoulder pleats, waist-shaping tucks, and...
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