Archive of ‘Patterns’ category

1908 Ladies’ Home Journal Summer Fashions

By Jennie Chancey

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This is a charming article with lots of beautifully detailed illustrations from the June 1908 Ladies’ Home Journal (summer fashion issue!). Three pages of text cover everything from what flatters a particular complexion to what a governess should wear–all written by Lady Catherine Milnes Gaskell. I’ve also included a bonus page of “Frocks for the Holidays.”

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Doll’s Regency Dress ePattern

By Jennie Chancey

Doll's Regency Dress ePattern

This ePattern is for the Doll's Regency Dress only and will make dresses with both long and short sleeves. It's fun to make matching “mommy” and “dolly” dresses, too! Fits all 18″ soft-bodied dolls, like the American Girls, Magic Attic, and Beautiful Girlhood dolls.

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ePattern $3.95

1908 Article, “The Girl Who Makes Her Own Clothes: What to Take in a Suitcase for a Short Trip”

By Jennie Chancey

1908 Travel Feature

This neat feature tells the traveling lady exactly what she’ll need for a weekend away–including a traveling suit, shirtwaist, evening gown, nightgown, kimono, petticoat, and more. Not only do you get beautiful illustrations of these items, but the article explains exactly what fabrics and trimmings are needed for each.

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Three 1908 Fashion Features

By Jennie Chancey

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Here are three fun features from 1908. The first is an article titled “What to Wear and What Not to Wear.” It includes illustrations and descriptive text to help ladies understand the principles of classic, simple elegance. Also includes is a page of “Seaside Dresses for the Children” and one showing beautiful bonnets, aprons, and booties “for the wee ones” by the excellent Mrs. Ralston.

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