1915 Traveling Suit Sewing Pattern
1915 Traveling Suit Sewing Pattern by Folkwear
This sophisticated outfit was made in 1915 at Louis Cerlian of New York, one of the many custom dress shops of the day. It was probably a copy of a trendy fashion from Paris.The Jacket features princess seaming, shaped waistline, and a flared below hip-length peplum to give a figure-flattering silhouette. The high stand collar has an optional contrast over-collar; decorative insets adorn the cuffs. The Jacket's military styling was popular in women's day wear at the beginning of World War I.
The Jumper features plunging V-neck in front and back, pleats into the shoulder seams, and armscyes open to just above the waist. A series of tucks tapers the full calf-length skirt into a fitted waist. The back closes with a zipper and the front is trimmed with a purchased buckle.
Multi-sized pattern includes bust sizes 30.5-42, waist sizes 23-34, and hip sizes 32.5-44 all in one package. Please see back cover photo for sizing chart, fabric and notion requirements.
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