PAC8109 - 1911-14 Tea Gown with Two-Piece Skirt Pattern. Size: 38" bust, 39" hips, 41" length at center front. May Manton's patterns carry the slogan "Bazar Glove-Fitting Patterns." The pattern is described as a Tea Gown with Two-Piece Skirt, with or without Shawl Drapery, with Square or High Neck, Elbow or Three-Quarter Sleeves. Written instructions only. Pattern dates circa 1911-1914. Suggested Fabrics: None on envelope. From others of its era: bottom weight linen, cotton and velvet. Materials Required: 3-3/4 Yards. 44" wide fabric. With 2-3/4 Yards. of lace 16 inches wide, 2-1/2 Yards. of banding, 1-1/4 Yards. of rose banding, 1/2 Yard. 18 inch wide lace for chemisette. Past Pattern Attic Copies (PAC) Patterns include original sewing instructions from the Victorian/Edwardian/Titanic era and assume some sewing knowledge. Great for Titanic Era Costume or Downton Abbey Costume.
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