This 1930s reproduction sewing pattern features a Ladies One-Piece Evening Gown, circa 1934, having three tiers of ruffles along neckline, and three tiers along hemline for a dramatic sweep. Gown features an accent sash and fastens with a side closure as typical of the era.
Much of the pattern was in distress by the time it reached us. All pattern pieces and most directions were able to be saved, but there are NO LAYOUT DIAGRAMS FOR THIS PATTERN.
SUGGESTED MATERIALS: Crepe, Taffeta, Satin, Lace, Silk, Organdy,
Velvet, Moire, Linen, Dotted Swiss
DRESS AS SHOWN
35 Inch Wide Material Without Nap 8 Yards
39 Inch Wide Material Without Nap 7-3/8 Yards
44 Inch Wide Organdy 6-3/8 Yards
72 Inch Wide Net 3-7/8 Yards
5 Inch Wide Ribbon Sash for Organdy or Net Dress 1-3/4 Yards