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#6306: Ladies' Divided Skirt: Circa 1922

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Pattern #6306

Size: 28" waist, 42-1/2" hips.

This pattern was published by an independent pattern company or one of the many patterns sold through newspapers and magazines. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' divided skirt. Suitable for cross-saddle riding or for outdoor sports. In two lengths; closing in front." Detailed directions. Pattern dates circa 1922.

Suggested fabrics: Divided skirts were made of wool novelty stripe, wool flannel, prunella cloth, wool pongee, wool homespun, and wool tweed. The colors were blue, tan, white, black, brown, turquoise blue, and navy blue.

Materials required: 6 Yds. 36" wide fabric.

Cost: $15.00

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