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Scalloped Trim Dress pattern

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Scalloped Trim Dress pattern

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A – line 1930s PDF sewing pattern based on the Ruthie illustrations in “Meet Kit”
Dress has conservatively puffed sleeves, a double collar and scallop trim.

Originally feedsack cloth, recycled material from sugar, flour, and livestock feed sacks, had a negative reputation. Called “chicken linen,” “hen house linen,” or “pretties”, its use was a money saving method for the newly poor.

During the Great Depression frugal housewives used feedsack cloth to sew everything from womens’ and girls’ dresses to aprons and curtains. By 1942 printed feed sack garments has so grown in popularity that they transcended the classes and were worn by women and children of all income levels.

**Formarly called 1930s Ruthie’s Dress pattern

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A – line 1930s PDF sewing pattern based on the Ruthie illustrations in “Meet Kit”
Dress has conservatively puffed sleeves, a double collar and scallop trim.

Originally feedsack cloth, recycled material from sugar, flour, and livestock feed sacks, had a negative reputation. Called “chicken linen,” “hen house linen,” or “pretties”, its use was a money saving method for the newly poor.

During the Great Depression frugal housewives used feedsack cloth to sew everything from womens’ and girls’ dresses to aprons and curtains. By 1942 printed feed sack garments has so grown in popularity that they transcended the classes and were worn by women and children of all income levels.

**Formarly called 1930s Ruthie’s Dress pattern