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1910 Corset Pattern

Date Added: Thursday 21 June, 2012



1910 Corset Pattern

Model: np309
Manufacturer: Nehelenia Patterns

Price:   £10.39

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Details:This pattern shows you how to create a 1910s longline corset, as worn by most women in the early 20th century. Our pattern was taken from an original corset in our collection. The typical teens corset is single layered, made of cotton fabric and constructed with lap seams only. The longline style was designed to give a smooth curvy silhouette under tightly fitted hobble skirts. Supports the bust! 7 Sizes - professionally graded - german size 34 ... more info
1914 Afternoon Dress Pattern

Date Added: Tuesday 10 May, 2005



1914 Afternoon Dress Pattern

Model: 1914AD
Manufacturer: Sense & Sensibility Patterns

Price:   £14.99

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Details: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 shift-style underdress. All instructions ... more info
1924 Cloches Pattern

Date Added: Thursday 21 June, 2012



1924 Cloches Pattern

Model: np204
Manufacturer: Nehelenia Patterns

Price:   £10.39

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Details:This package contains patterns for two hats with the modern cylindric shape of the 1920s and a small brim. The hats are made of silk or velvet on a buckram frame and decorated with ribbon and hatpin or feather trim. Easy to make, but so very stylish! Based on a german Original of 1924! Size: Head Circumference 58 cm / 23"
1926 Robe de Style Pattern

Date Added: Thursday 21 June, 2012



1926 Robe de Style Pattern

Model: np206
Manufacturer: Nehelenia Patterns

Price:   £10.39

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Details:The Robe de Style is charcterized by a slightly tapered, low-waisted bodice and an A-line skirt, a style created by french designer Jeanne Lanvin in 1913. In the 1920s it became a fashion favorite among ladies, who preferred a more feminine look over the masculine silhouette popular at that time. Our model is likewise suitable for day and evening wear. It features kimono sleeves, the waist is tucked to form a false girdle and the skirt is ... more info