A sleek slip dress in the 1920s "flapper" style, with two coordinating tunic tops for a versatile ensemble of garments. Drop-waist dress with narrow straps and shaped handkerchief ham can be beautifully ornamented with the vintage design motifs for embroidery or beadwork included in the pattern. Simple-sew pullover and crossover tunic tops can be worn facing front or back, belted or not. Pattern includes heat transfer sheet of design motifs and professional tips for sewing with sheer and lacy fabrics.
Suggested fabrics: Lightweight and/or sheer silk, rayon, polyester, novelty velvet, jacquard, or brocade. The dress skirt is attractive in multiple layers of chiffon or georgette. Sheer striped fabrics create a nice graphic effect in the Crossover Tunic.
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