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Girls' 1914 Dress Pattern

Girls' 1914 Dress Pattern

This is the companion pattern for the women's 1914 Afternoon Dress. Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 & 10 all included in one envelope. Options for short, puffed sleeves and cap sleeves (short or long) included. Pattern 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...
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Metropolitan Hat Pattern

Metropolitan Hat Pattern

This hat dates from the early 20th century and represents a transitional period in millinery history -- following the oversize Victorian confections of veiling and stuffed birds, but before the head-hugging cloches of the 1920s. Fast and easy to sew, it has a casual and slightly slouchy look, with a modest brim and fabric flowers at center front. There are just three pattern pieces: Brim, Band,...
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Ballgown 1913 Pattern

Ballgown 1913 Pattern

A wonderful combination of silk and chiffon, this dress is sure to turn some heads at the next ball! A genorously cut layer of chiffon adds an airy elegance to the dress. The wide silk girdle tied in the back emphasizes the waist. Based on an austrian original from 1913. One size (Bust 80 cm = 32", Taille 70cm = 28").
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1909 to 1913 Day and Evening Dress Pattern

1909 to 1913 Day and Evening Dress Pattern

1909 to 1913 directoire (slightly empire) dress has princess seamed (boning optional) bodice to waist, with short or elbow-length sleeves. Two choices can go over that: kimono sleeve shown in view A, or overbodice shown in view B. The skirt is sewn to the underbodice raised from the waist 2" in front, and raised higher in back. The back can be trained or not, with either a square or pointed...
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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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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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