Size: 42" bust, 46" hips.
This pattern was published by an independent pattern
company or one of the many patterns sold through newspapers
and magazines. Originally the pattern was described as
"Slip-on dress. Suplice waist has inverted tucks at
shoulders, two-pieced scalloped collar and inset vestee.
Three-piece wrap-around skirt with right front laid in
plaits at left side and joined under girdle that holds dress
closely to figure, forming blouse effect. Dart-fitted
sleeves with cuffs, perforated for short sleeves." Minimal
directions. Pattern dates circa 1928-1929.
Suggested fabrics: Slip-on dresses were made of printed
all silk flat crepe, silk crepe satin, silk flat crepe, and
printed silk warp crepe venise. The colors were English red,
navigator blue, garland green, Nile green, rose pink, tan
fancy, blue fancy, navy blue, rose beige, tan, blue, black,
and marron glace.
Materials required: 4-5/8 Yds. 36" wide fabric