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Victorian Day Dresses by Sunrise Designs H is Partially Cut but Complete. P is Partially Cut: Missing Skirt (Has Bustle) and Shawl
Misses Day/Evening Dress, Retro Butterick 1948
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Early 19th pioneer women's chemise, pantalettes, dress, apron and bonnet. Could also be used for early colonial (mid to late 1600's) women's dress by widening the collar and omitting the pantalettes. (Very limited quantities, out of print.)
Ladies' Ensemble Jacket/Dress Mix and Match by Wright's
Classic Westward Expansion/Little House on the Prairie dresses including bonnet. Missing Pieces 2 (Front Yoke) and 7 (Ruffle.)
Girl's Lace/Formal Dress by Martha's Sewing Room
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Fancy girl's Civil War era dresses with waist sash and headband.
(Click Picture To Enlarge) Elegant Evening Dresses ca. 1910 by by Andrea Schewe (Downton Abbey, Titanic, Edwardian era)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Simple but elegant circa 1912 dress with half or full sleeves and wrap style skirt. Bib element is separate and customizable. Suitable for (season 1) Downton Abbey cosplay.
Single-breasted Princess coat with three-section sleeveless dress.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child and misses Medieval dresses and overdress with belt, hennin (pointed hat) and veil. Note: the style of dresses are mid 1300s, more or less, and the hennin wasn't really fashionable until the mid 1400s. Dress A without the overdress and split in the neckline is closer to what a
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child and Misses fantasy princess gowns in two styles with variations, and optional high collar. The long, flowing sleeves lend themselves to angellic applications, but with the right fabrics that could just as easily be a witchy queen.
Early 1960's dress with slim or full skirt.
Easy 1960's style dress - a bit Mary Tyler Moore. Piece 1 damaged but complete. Piece 6 (Sleeve) missing. Outline shown on instructions and could be redrafted.
Lovely belted 1950's Vintage "dress" pattern with two blouses and one skirt.
1950's Vintage Misses Jackets in various configurations. This is the original 1950's release of modern Simplicity Pattern 1319.
Classic slim dress in either belted or straightline, with no waistline seam. Box jacket with pockets. "Easy Printed Pattern" style.
Lovely Late 1940's - Early 1950's "Simple to Make" style dress
Classic Late 1950's Belted Shirtwaist Dress in slim or A-line skirt configuration - Some small tears but usable and envelope good.
Classic Late 1940's - Early 1950's contrast collar dress or lovely long housecoat. Pattern in great shape - Envelope worn and taped.