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Cherie dress pattern

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Cherie dress pattern

8.95

Civil War PDF pattern with dropped shoulders, princess seaming and a wide, shallow bateau neckline, suitable for a young girl in the 1850s who was not yet “out” or a teen by our standards.

You can create a period correct cartridge pleated skirt with our easy to understand instructions. Cartridge pleating, a method of gathering fabric without creating bulk, allowed vast amounts of fabric to be attached to a skirt waist. An equally beautiful gathered skirt option is also included for your convenience.

Your choice of full bell or delightful double puff sleeves round out the period options for this pattern. Both types of these exaggerated sleeves draw the eye away from the waistline, accomplishing the period silhouette of the 1850s.

Based on several extinct garments and period photos our Cherie pattern is an archetypal example of a young girls dress in the 1850s.

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Civil War PDF pattern with dropped shoulders, princess seaming and a wide, shallow bateau neckline, suitable for a young girl in the 1850s who was not yet “out” or a teen by our standards.

You can create a period correct cartridge pleated skirt with our easy to understand instructions. Cartridge pleating, a method of gathering fabric without creating bulk, allowed vast amounts of fabric to be attached to a skirt waist. An equally beautiful gathered skirt option is also included for your convenience.

Your choice of full bell or delightful double puff sleeves round out the period options for this pattern. Both types of these exaggerated sleeves draw the eye away from the waistline, accomplishing the period silhouette of the 1850s.

Based on several extinct garments and period photos our Cherie pattern is an archetypal example of a young girls dress in the 1850s.