59 Authentic Turn-of-the-century Fashion Patterns
The dressmaker's patterns for the more than 50 different garments included in this volume first appeared in the 1890s in issues of the quarterly "The Voice of Fashion." Most of the patterns are for stylish day wear for women, but there are house dresses and nightwear as well, along with a selection of suits and dresses for young boys and girls and several garments for men.
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_ L _ _ M _ _ N _ BACK BREADTH basting blouse bust measure CHILD’S consists of Front Cut Double darts dotted line double box pleats draft the entire Draft the skirt draft the waist entire Basque entire garment entire waist ﬁnish ﬁt ﬁve pieces front according front and back Gather the bottom Gather the sleeve hooks and eyes I I I I LADIES Lay the pleats length to suit measure to draft notches pattern pieces pleats according Regulate the length scale corresponding scaled pattern Seam SHIRRING FOR FRONT shoulder SIDE GORE Side-back silk skirt is drafted skirt is given SLEEVE LINING STREET COSTUME STREET COSTUME—Continued tape measure three sleeve portions top and sew Trim to suit under-arm-gore under-waist UPPER FRONT waist and sleeves waist line waist measure yoke