1926 Slip-On Evening Dress Sewing Pattern
1926 Slip-On Evening Dress Sewing Pattern by Past Patterns
A typical dropped waist of the Roaring Twenties is created by a yoke over the hips. The tiers of circular flounces form a lovely vision while dancing. The scarf and the tie sash patterns are included. This pattern is quick and easy to make.The suggested fabrics are: Silk taffeta, silk velvet, silk organza, silk satin charmeuse, cotton voile, cotton organdy or handkerchief linen.
The popular colors of the time were: Flag and lapis blue, terracotta, cedar-wood, ashes of rose, seawood, Miami and shamrock green, falcon grey, plover, Queenbird (purple), lavender, garnet red, cocoa brown, begonia (light rust), black, claret red and briar rose.
Multi-sized pattern includes bust sizes 31.5-41, waist sizes 24.75-33.25 and hip sizes 33.75-43.25 all in one package. Please see back cover photo for sizing chart, fabric and notion requirements.
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