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#5561: Ladies' and Misses' Slip-on Slightly Bloused Dress: Circa 1927

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Pattern #5561

Size: 36" bust, 39-1/2" hips.

This pattern was published by The Ladies Home Journal Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' and Misses' slip-on slightly bloused dress, round neck and one-piece, long dart-fitted sleeves with applied facing and perforated for short sleeves. Attached two-piece skirt, with front in three sections having godets inserted between sections at right side. Separate jabot and girdle front cut in one, draped and closed at left side, with separate bows." Written directions.

Suggested fabrics: Slip-on slightly bloused dresses were made of all silk flat crepe, silk striped wool cherilaine, all silk georgette crepe, all silk crepe satin, and all wool French crepe. The colors were blue, brown, navy, black, tan, blue fancy and rose beige.

Materials required: 3-3/4 Yds 36" wide.

Cost: $17.00

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