1910-1914 Edwardian Tailored Shirt Waists
1910-1914 Edwardian Tailored Shirt Waists Sewing Pattern by Past Patterns
The 'Gibson tucks' at the shoulder's edge are named after the familiar Gibson Girl made famous by the artist Charles Dana Gibson. This ubiquitous shirt waist can be made with a standing collar or a shirt collar. The cuffs can be straight or turned back. The front closure can be made with a pleat at the front or a fly front. The shoulders are quite square. An inverted box pleat adds interest to the back view.
Made in white cotton, stiffly starched, worn with a bow at the neck, a leather belt and dark skirt; this was the favorite uniform of the office or factory girl who wished to impress her employer with her efficiency.
Multi-sized pattern includes bust sizes 33.5-39.75, waist sizes 25.5-31.75 and hip sizes 35.5-41.75 all in one package. Please see back cover photo for sizing chart.
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