This pattern was created by pulling research together from several sources (along with customer requests!). Jennie Chancey studied a Spencer jacket in the D.A.R. Museum collection and one at the Valentine. She also drew from Janet Arnold’s wonderful Patterns of Fashion.
Sizes 6-26DD all included in one Pattern.
Illustrated instructions make construction easy!
Options for double-breasted or "frog” closure and two different collar treatments.Also makes up as a sleeveless pelisse or long coat with a skirt!
Photo Instructions online.
This pattern is rated "intermediate,” but Jennie has had had beginners use it successfully with a minimum of help.
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