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#6259: Ladies' Three-Piece Skirt: Circa 1912-1913

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Pattern #6259: Ladies' Three-Piece Skirt: Circa 1912-1913

Size: 22" waist, 37" hips.

This pattern was published by The Butterick Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' Three-Piece Skirt, in clearing length, with slightly raised waistline, and slight fullness at top of back; with or without the trimming piece. (To be made as separate skirt or attached to a waist as a one-piece dress.)" Minimal directions. Pattern dates circa 1912-1913.

Suggested fabrics: Panne velvet, whipcord, velveteen, taffeta silk, serge, messaline, wool, and suiting. The colors were black, blue, gray, tan, wine, brown, and navy blue.

Materials required: 2-5/8 Yds. 36" wide.

Cost: $13.00

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