Size: 24 inch waist, 42 inch hips.This pattern was published by The Peerless Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as 'Ladies' Nine-Gored Skirt, in round length and habit style - all seams, except center-back, finished in tuck fashion to flounce depth.' Minimal directions. Pattern dates circa 1900.Suggested fabrics: Alpaca, mohair, lawn, chiffon, muslin, velvet, silk, and wool. The colors were darker shades of blue, green, red, brown, gray and black.Materials required: 4-5/8 Yds. 36 inch wide.The Vintage Revivals patterns are only one size; the original size. The pattern envelope, instructions and pattern pieces are unedited. The older the pattern the more likely it is to have limited instructions. The patterns are printed on blue line paper and packaged in plastic
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