This is an E-book with instructions on how to sew a 1920's straight-line one-piece dress WITHOUT USING A PAPER PATTERN! The instructions are quite easy and will make sense to an intermediate or above sewing enthusiast. Instructions include how to make the dress to your exact measurements.
Pictures 2 and 3 show the variations that can be made using this pattern (explanations included).
The booklet also contains a few articles from 1925 with beautiful illustrations on how to fashionably accessorize this look, and very helpful sewing tips.
You will be able to sew a complete dress using this E-booklet, no printing required!
The flapper straight-line one-piece dress is slimming and very flattering. They make the most comfortable sundresses sewn in cotton, and wonderful slips and nightgowns sewn from soft jersey or silk.
For a matching cloche hat from the very same year, check out my Paris Hat Pattern:
This pattern comes from a 1920's pattern that is in the public domain. The pattern has been adapted and improved for the modern seamstress, creating an original publication.
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I grew up in an antique shop surrounded by lovely vintage clothing and I guess vintage just stuck. Recently I took my passion for sewing and vintage lingerie and combined them into a vintage inspired pattern line offering hard to find pattern styles in digital form.
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