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Product ID PAC8607
Manufacturer Attic Copies by Past Patterns

1914-28 Ladies Dress

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Size: 36" bust.

This pattern was published by The New Idea Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' Bungalow apron having one-seam sleeves in full length or in shorter length with turn-back cuffs. Belt may be omitted. Back closing.

Minimal directions, This comes with what directions were available at the time. Sewing experience is recommended.

This pattern was published by The New Idea Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' Bungalow Apron having one-seam sleeves in full length or in shorter length with turn-back cuffs. Belt may be omitted. Back closing." The apron can be used between circa 1914-1928 in Craftsman built houses and in Bungalows, wherever they were built, particularly in California.

Suggested fabrics: Bungalow Aprons were made of gingham and percale. The colors were blue, grey, tan, lavender, blue-plaid, pink-plaid, pink-check, blue-check and black-and-white-check. Materials required: 4-3/8 Yds. 36" wide fabric.

 

 

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