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#5830: Fancy Suit: Circa 1915-1917

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#5830: Fancy Suit: Circa 1915-1917

Size: 36" bust, 41" hips.

This pattern was published by the Pictorial Review Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as, "Ladies' Costume with sleeveless lining, open neck and attached two piece flare skirt straight or rounded at lower back edge with three piece foundation (plaited at lower edge), high waistline and in regulation or shorter length, semi-fitted outside having long one piece sleeves, with or without cuffs and attached two piece circular tunic. Length of skirt in front from natural waistline 42, back 44 inches: perforated for 40inches front, 42 inches back. Width around lower edge about 2 yards."

Written instructions are made easier by numbers and notches that match on the pattern pieces. The pattern contains sixteen pieces.

Suggested fabrics: B. Altman's Spring and Summer catalog for 1915 advertised fabric colors as navy, black, gray, blue, white and sand. Fabrics were wool gabardine, crepe poplin, wool serge, silk taffeta and silk poplin.

Materials required of 36" wide fabric: 5-3/8 Yds. without nap, 6 Yds. with nap, 2 Yds. foundation lining, 1 Yd. 27" of contrasting fabric for collar, cuffs and front, 1-7/8 Yds. contrasting fabric for sash or 3-3/4 Yds. 10" wide ribbon.

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