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#5239: Ladies' Five-Gored Skirt: Circa 1910-1911

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Pattern #5239: Ladies' Five-Gored Skirt: Circa 1910-1911

Size: 26" waist, 43" hips.

This pattern was published by The Standard Fashion Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' Five-Gored Skirt, with slightly high or regulation waistline, in round or shorter length, having an applied front panel, closed at the side-front or back with inverted plait or in habit style at the back; with or without the facing at the lower part." Minimal directions. Pattern dates circa 1910-1911.

Suggested fabrics: Linen, serge, suiting, corded or diagonal silk, shepherd's plaid, and silk and wool marquisette. The colors were deep blue, black, white, maize, shell pink, silver, brown, sulphur, apricot, champagne and tobacco.

Materials required: 7 Yds. 36" wide.

Cost: $13.00

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