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Glamour Girl Dress Pattern

Glamour Girl Dress Pattern

Glamour oozed in Hollywood in the 1930s and 1940s, and this is the daytime dress the starlets wore. The close-fitting bodice is visually cinched in with front waistline ties, and fits smoothly into a flared skirt. Shoulder pads lend that commanding air to any aspiring celebrity. Suggested fabrics: Light to medium-weight fabrics with drape, such as silk or rayon crepe, satin, challis, soft cotton....
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OUT OF STOCK - 1940s Swing Dress Pattern

OUT OF STOCK - 1940s Swing Dress Pattern

This 1940s "Swing" Dress Pattern was inspired by an original Hollywood design, circa 1942. The design comes from the WWII days of fabric rationing, which meant narrower skirts and more tailored lines. Sizes 8-26 all included in one envelope. Unique yoke with gathered shoulders and two sleeve options (short and "bracelet-length"). Gored skirt great for twirling! Put on your dancing shoes!...
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Rosie the Riveter Pattern

Rosie the Riveter Pattern

The working women of World War II inspired this factory wardrobe of camp shirt, pleated slacks, and dungarees with sweetheart bib. Pattern includes historical information and instructions for knitted sweater and crocheted snood that keeps hair in place. Suggested fabrics: For Shirt, choose medium-weight cotton, rayon, silk, or blends. For Trousers and Dungarees, choose medium to heavyweight...
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Sunset Wrap Pattern

Sunset Wrap Pattern

Inspired by the elegant and simple styles of the 1940s, this easy one-arm wrap shawl is a breeze to make, allowing you to sew up a beautiful wrap in an hour or less. This wrap can be made for winter with heavier-weight warm fabrics or is perfect for summer evenings made from lightweight material with good drape. Suggested fabrics: Fabrics with good drape such as silk chiffon, charmuese, rayon,...
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WWII 1940s Ladies' Skirted Suit Pattern

WWII 1940s Ladies' Skirted Suit Pattern

This jacket and skirt was created by the designer Mainbocher and is stylish worn either as a uniform or daywear. View A is a copy of the ARC Uniform worn during WWII. View B is the same suit without the uniform details. View A has a jacket (tunic) with upper stitch-down pleated pockets with buttoned flap, and large lower cargo pockets that have a bellows fold and a buttoned flap. The pocket bags...
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