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Wedding Gown Patterns


#303, 1882-1888 Bustle Wedding Gown with Cathedral Train.

Multi-sized 10 through 16.

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301

#301 1893 Wedding Gown Bodice.

Multi-sized 10 through 20.

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#304, Wedding Gown Dated to 1939.

Multi-sized 10 through 16.

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#305, Wedding Gown Dated Circa 1929-1931.

Multi-sized 10 through 16.

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Floor Length Evening Gown

Size: 32" bust, 35" hips, 56-1/2" back length.

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Summer Frock: Circa 1930-1932

Size: 36" bust, 39" hips.

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Misses' Evening Dress: Dated 1940

Bust 32"

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Dress for Evening, Graduation and Weddings: Circa 1942

Bust 34" bust, Hips 37"

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Bride's Dress: Dated 1944

Bust 32"

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1789 - 1829 for clothing of the Federal Era. Beginning with the Presidency of George Washington and the ratification of the Constitution, Lewis and Clark's Adventure of Discovery, the War of 1812 through the Presidency of John Quincy Adams.

1830 - 1840 patterns for clothing from the Jacksonian Era through the Beginning of the Railroads in the East.

1850s - 1860s patterns from the Antebellum period through the War Between the States

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1900-1919s patterns. for clothing from the Edwardian Era and Ragtime Music.

1920s patterns for clothing of the Roaring Twenties Era, the Liberated Flapper and the Charleston Dance.

1930s patterns for clothing that were influenced by Coco Chanel

1940s patterns for clothing that were influenced by Broadway Plays and Hollywood Movies

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