This is an E-book with instructions on how to sew a 1920's straight-line lace paneled 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.
The booklet also contains helpful sewing tips for working with lace.
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 great evening or cocktail dresses made from silk and satin.
Printing a PDF is easy. Just open, hit print, and make sure that your printer scale is set to 100% (this should be the default setting in most cases).
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.
Digital Reproduction - Copyright Mrs. Depew Vintage, 2013. All Rights Reserved.
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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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