This pattern features a long line blouse with center front opening, and a soft scarf-collar. A series of tucks at the shoulders and slight ruching at center front adds an elegant sense of style.
Three-quarter, slightly flared sleeves, and decorative buttons down the center complete this style.
Suggested Fabrics: Silk, Satin, Crepe, Cotton Batiste, Mid-Weight Cotton
All of our patterns are replicated directly from the original source material of the period.
This pattern has been replicated from issue 24 of Praktische Damen-und-Kinder-Mode, dated 1933 – 1934.
The pattern has been edited slightly to add notches for matching, seam allowanances and to insure that seam edges match. No other changes have been made to the pieces to ensure historical accuracy.
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Archive Drafts are patterns geared towards the experienced sewer. These patterns drawn from original source material - have little or no sewing instructions, and currently available in a single size range.
A tutorial for construction of this garment can be found HERE.
13687 Blouse Print