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#5457: Girls' Princess Dress: Circa 1910

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Pattern #5457: Girls' Princess Dress: Circa 1910

Size: 26" bust.

This pattern was published by The New Idea Pattern Company. It was originally described as "Girls' Princess Dress with panel front and the body portion lengthened at the sides and back by a flounce, with straight lower edge, which may be plaited or gathered. The dress may be made with full-length bishop sleeve or sleeve cap. A guimpe is given." Written directions. Pattern dates circa 1910.

Suggested fabrics: Lawn, poplin, nainsook, linene, galatea cloth, and chambray. The colors were white, light blue, pink, tan, natural, navy blue, cadet blue, and scarlet.

Materials required: 2-3/4 Yds. 36" fabric.

Cost: $13.00

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