1894 Girls Two Piece Dress With Russian Embroidery - Size 11-13 Years

1894 Girls Two Piece Dress With Russian Embroidery - Size 11-13 Years

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This replicated pattern is sized for a 11-13 Year Old/ approx. 28 inch chest, 26 inch waist (This sizing is based on a child in 1894, for accuracy, go by measurements not age)

Pattern is for older sister shown to left in photo #2. Little sister dress is available as c0953a. This is how the dresses were advertised in the magazine.

This 1894 reproduction sewing pattern features a girls two-piece dress, trimmed with bands of delicate Russian cross-stitch embroidery. The Bodice secures with a casing, the skirt is straight and gathered to a waistband. The original pattern called for ecru linen batiste. There are NO directions for embroidery. You may use whatever needlework design you desire (or) use embroidered trim or lace inserts.

SUGGESTED MATERIALS: Linen, Batiste, Pique, Silk, Gingham, Cotton.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The source material from which these early patterns are replicated contain much less information than the more modern patterns from the 1920's and 1930's.

Patterns and fashion journals published during these eras presumed that the home seamstress possessed sufficient skills to construct a garment without detailed directions. As a result, patterns for facings, linings and other details - such as instructions on how to create trims, are sketchy at best -- and usually non-existent. It is very important when sewing to make a fitting mock-up of the pattern out of muslin or other waste fabric, and make all of the adjustments for your individual figure on the mock-up.

This pattern was originally published in La Mode Illustree, May 1894



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