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Pattern # 118
Ladies 1840's to 1860's Wrapper, Work-Dress, Maternity Dress


 
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Product Code: P118


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1840s-1860 Ladies Adjustable Morning Dress, Wrapper, and Maternity Dress; with two, one or no darts, depending on the desired fit,
bishop, coat and close sleeves as well as a mancheron or cap sleeve, and three different collar options. Approximately 1840's-1860's.
View A is a bishop sleeved wrapper with a piped jewel neckline, which can be left open over a fancy petticoat. View B is a close sleeved wrapper
with mancherons and a standing collar. View C is a coat sleeved wrapper with a flat collar which can be cut large or small. All views have a
one-piece front, cartridge pleated skirt and a optional drawstring.

Fabric: Cotton calico, cotton chintz, cotton broadcloth, wool broadcloth, wool challis, wool crepe, silk taffeta. Lining: Any kind of cotton most
wrappers seem to have been lined with scrap fabrics. Interfacing: A medium weight interfacing.
Notions: All views - 8, 1/2" buttons or 14 hooks and eyes, more will be required if the dress buttons all the way to the hem.
Fine cotton cooking twine or cotton knitting yarn.

This dress was called different things according to the style and fabric. It is a morning dress. If left undarted and loose at the waist it is
a wrapper. If darted, confined at the waist with a belt, and made with finer materials it is a gown suitable for a wider range of occasions. If
it is made of materials that will wash, or wool and finished plain, it can be called a work dress. Worn loose it can be worn for maternity


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June 5, 2018
Reviewer: Linda Hardy from Nauvoo, IL United States  
1840’s pattern was excellent for our living history set up thank you.

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My expectations were met. May 20, 2018
Reviewer: LuAnn Barton from PORT HURON, MI United States  
I received a historical dress pattern in a smooth, timely fashion.  There was clear communication and the site was easy to browse and order.

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Great shopping experience May 16, 2017
Reviewer: Colleen Kaphengst from Rock Hill, SC United States  
Fast delivery and great service.

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Marvelous pattern November 4, 2016
Reviewer: Joy Fowler from West Harrison, IN United States  
Very thorough and period correct with many options.  Having all sizes in one was new to me and a little overwhelming regarding layout and choosing pieces but I got through it ok.  Having finished pictures out of A, B, C order was initially confusing too.  Wish you'd included pagoda sleeve, yardage for contrasting fabric view and a few more term definitions such as reference point for beginning of finished length.  That said, all my glitches are minor.  Pattern is awesome!  Do you have or know of someone who has a collected hints for period sewing manual?  I've seen lots of info but would be nice to have it in one place for handy reference.

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Came as shown September 26, 2016
Reviewer: Tricia Smith from Los Molinos, CA United States  
Came as shown on line and in the package. I have ordered before and still am satisfied. I cant wait to start sewing!!

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