1880s Polonaise and Walking Skirt. This delicate, doll-like ensemble is made of fine white batiste, Valenciennes lace and silk ribbon. An open square neck is an option worn in the afternoon or evening. The skirt is a gored underskirt of unbleached muslin with a white batiste ruffle overlay. The bustle is created at the hips by the drapery.
This pattern is multi-sized 10 through 20. All the sizes are in one package.
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This bodice is taken from the 1872 Butterick Pattern Catalog. The main highlight is the layered front; with a vest and outer Jacket layer. The vest ...
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Brilliant Historical Pattern from Lynn Mcmasters
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