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Historical Sewing Patterns (Women)

Ladies Classic Fit Trousers and Shorts- Flat front with medium wide legs

Ladies Classic Fit Trousers and Shorts- Flat front with medium wide legs

Laughing Moon Mercantile #141 - Ladies' Flat Front Trouser with Medium Wide Legs This pattern is for a classic fit trouser that has the top of the trouser at the natural waist. The 1 3/4" waistband is attached above that. The vintage classic construction has a button placket at the left side and an inseam pocket on the right side. These can be exchanged for a left handed person. The opening can be changed to an side seam zipper or a back opening. The fit has some wearing ease and is not tight to the body. There are instructions for lining the trousers, both flat lining and a full lining that is attached only at the waist. Instructions for choosing the best size and a basic fitting guide are included. These trousers can be cut shorter to make shorts, Bermuda shorts, or capris Fabric: Any medium to light bottom weight fabric, such as wool, linen, cotton, or poly blend. Lining: Light weight twill, poly lining fabric. Interfacing: Medium Weight. A substitution for interfacing in the waistband is Ban Roll, 1 1/2" wide and the length of the waist plus 3 inches. Notions: 4 5/8" buttons or one 7" zipper and one pant/skirt hook and eye.

Considerations for World War II Women's Uniforms Several extant pairs of women's uniform trousers were used as a basis for this pattern. However, it is not an exact copy of any of them. If you wish to use this pattern as a basis for an impression of a WWII uniform you should get the permission from the person who is in charge of uniforms for your unit. The following should be reviewed for uniformity in your presentation. However, remember a few things. Not all uniforms were made at the same factory. Some small deviations were normal and to be expected. Also, when a uniform wore out replacements not only might have been different in manufacture, but an exact color match might not be available. Also, if the serviceperson was out of country they might have had a part of their uniform made in the country where they were and a exact match might not be possible. And natural grading to different sizes would make some measurements different. For example, the bottom of the legs would have been graded, meaning the larger sizes would have wider bottoms as a usual practice.

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