Friday, March 6, 2015

Pattern of the Week: Sizzling Summer Style from 1951

I am a bit late, but not too late, to post my pattern of the week! This week's eyesome pattern is from 1951 and Woman's Day magazine. Superbly versatile, the pattern features a flared skirt and three different summer blouses, each an attraction on its own.





What makes this pattern special?
  • The skirt features a soft deep pleat at each front side, with adjacent small soft short pleats, full-length front button closing, and a contoured self-fabric buckled belt.
  • The halter neck blouse is dart-fitted, with a decollete V-neckline and front button closing.
  • The off-shoulder blouse is also dart-fitted, with a double flange collar framing the off-shoulder neckline.
  • The wrap blouse has a surplice closing with tie extensions and a wide decollete V-neckline.


For ease of viewing, here are the garments as illustrated in the instructions:


A bargain at any price!

2 comments:

  1. What a pretty summertime pattern!

    Brigid
    the Middle Sister and Singer
    boyerfamilysingersblog.com

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    1. You have such excellent taste, Brigid! :)

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