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#2239: Ladies' Five-Gored Skirt: Circa 1900

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Pattern #2239: Ladies' Five-Gored Skirt: Circa 1900

Size: 20" waist, 36" hips.

This pattern was published by The Butterick Publising Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' Five-Gored Skirt, having the Front-Gore Extended in a Circular Flounce to Give Depth to the Four Other Gores. (To be Plaited or Gathered at the Back and Made witha Sweep or in Round Length.) Sometimes called the Panel-Flounce Skirt." Written instructions. Pattern dates circa 1900.

Suggested fabrics: Alpaca, mohair, lawn, chiffon, muslin, velvet, silk, and wool. The colors were darker shades of blue, green, red, brown, gray and black.

Materials required: 5 Yds. 40" wide.

Cost: $11.00

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