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1890's Five Gore Skirt
by Laughing Moon Mercantile
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Laughing Moon Mercantile #101 - 1890's Five Gore Skirt Pattern
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Laughing Moon Mercantile #101 - 1890's Five Gore Skirt Pattern
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1890's Five Gore Skirt by Laughing Moon Mercantile
Ladies' skirt in three lengths with lining and optional pocket. 1890's period or modern skirt has seams at side front, side back, center back and pleated back panels (no side seams). Back opening has period placket opening with hooks and eyes or modern zipper closure. The optional (but suggested) lining is sewn to the skirt pieces in the "flat lined" method and the hems are faced. The 6" fitted hem facings provide strength to the hem to stand away from the ankles and provide fullness, as well as protect the hem. The skirt has a waistband and a single optional pocket, hidden in the left or right back side seam. There are three different length options: Walking skirt length in front and back for easy mobility or modern wear, short train length which is 6 inches longer in back, and long train length which is 12 inches longer in back. The trained lengths are suitable for formal, evening, or bridal wear.

Multi-sized pattern includes waist sizes 21-50 and hip sizes 30-60 all included in one package. Please see Back Cover photo for sizing chart, and fabric and notion requirements.


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