Bathing suits and swimming dresses were varied and fashionable during the 1880's. Women were beginning to become more active, and water sports - mostly consisting of wading, although there were a few true swimmers - were greatly enjoyed.The yoked blouse, like this bathing suit, was one of the most popular.In this pattern, the top and drawers are combined into one piece, while the skirt is a separate garment. It can be make with or without sleeves, and the lining is optional. A simple cap pattern is included.This pattern includes 12 pages of instructions with historical tips and quotes, and 5 pattern sheets. It is printed on bond paper, and enclosed in a white paper envelope. All sizes Petite X-large are included.
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