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At The Hop

Misses Sizes 6-20     Girls 4-14

Bebop 1950's circle skit, blouse, and knitted sweater for women and young girls.  Poodle and alpine appliqué designs included.



Paris Promenade Dress

Misses Sizes Extra Small to Extra Large

Easy to sew, easy to wear pullover dress from about 1920 is attached to bib shaped overdress, then shaped at the waist by a self fabric sash or purchased decorative cord.  Vintage style drawstring handbag completes the look.  Pattern includes instructions for decorative tassels at ends of dress sleeves and bottom of handbag.



Countryside Frock Coat

Misses Sizes Extra Small - Extra Large     Men's Sizes Small - XX-Large

Perfect choice for historical military or Western re-enactment, as well as an elegant contemporary look.  Single-breasted unlined coat features shawl collar, princess seam in back, waist darts in front (woman's coat only), slightly lowered waistline, long narrow sleeves with band cuffs, and above-knee peplum with back vent.



Monte Carlo Dress

Misses Sizes Extra Small to Extra Large

This sleek dress in the 1920's "flapper" style has two coordinating tunic tops for a versatile ensemble of garments.  Drop waist dress with narrow straps and shaped handkerchief hem.  Simple sew pullover and crossover tunic tops can be worn facing front or back, belted or not.  Pattern includes heat transfer sheet of vintage design motifs for embroidery.



Greek Island Dress

Misses Sizes Extra Small to Extra Large

Free flowing dress is an easy sew sheath with plain yoke that is perfect for embellishment.  Jacket has a center back godet to add flare, extended collar, and single button front closure.  Simple tunic has a sailor collar and free floating sleeve panels



M'Lady's Corset

Misses Extra Small to 3X-Large

Two corsets representative of late 16th century and early 17th-century garments worn in the royal courts and in daily peasant life.  Square neck corset laces in back with purchased or handmade eyelets.  Scoop neck corset fastens in front with purchased hook and eye tape, and has a peplum like the waistline tabs of 16th-century doublets.  Both versions feature Elizabethan-era dropped front waist.



1914 Metropolitan Suit

Multi-Size - S to 3 XL

The 1914 Metropolitan Suit reflects the military styling of World War I uniforms, as well as the mid-1910s interest in comfortable and practical two-piece garments. The Jacket features a tall rollover collar with either a curved or pointed center back, gently pointed center back hem, softly flared silhouette, and turn-back cuffs. The front closes with ornamental frogs. Soutache or other ornamental braid in military design motifs create an accurate period look, but contemporary designs in ribbon or braid trim are attractive too.

The Skirt is slightly hobbled, with a raised waistline and a slit at center back for ease of walking. The Overskirt attaches to the skirt at the top edge and drapes attractively at the back hem. The front folds of the Overskirt can be decoratively topstitched to the Skirt from the waist edge down to the hip area, if desired. If worn without the Jacket, the Skirt can be further embellished with buttons down the front folds of the Overskirt, or with suspenders crossed in the back, or with belt loops and belt at the natural waistline. Wear the Skirt with #270 Metro Middy Blouse (tucked in or not) for a breezy casual look. Top off the Suit with #269 Metropolitan Hat for a complete and classy ensemble.



Metropolitan Hat

Multi-Size - S to L

This hat dates from the early 20th century and represents a transitional period in millinery history -- following the oversize Victorian confections of veiling and stuffed birds, but before the head-hugging cloches of the 1920s. Fast and easy to sew, it has a casual and slightly slouchy look, with a modest brim and fabric flowers at center front. There are just three pattern pieces: Brim, Band, and Crown. Each piece is cut twice -- out of fabric, or fabric and complementary lining -- for a fully-lined, easy-to-wear chapeau. The decorative fabric Rosettes can be fashioned out of the hat fabric, contrasting materials such as lace, tulle, or glittering silk, or entirely replaced by a vintage brooch or dramatic button.



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