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#6940: Ladies' and Misses' Smock: Circa 1925-1926

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Pattern #6940

Size: 38" bust, 40-1/2" hips.

This pattern was published by The Butterick Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' and Misses' smock, suitable for house, office, garden or studio wear." Detailed illustrated directions. Pattern dates circa 1925-1926.

Suggested fabrics: Smocks were made of cotton prints, chintz, printed cotton broadcloth, printed silk or cotton pongee, printed cotton crepe, printed linen finished cottons, printed sateen, checked ginghams, silk or cotton broadcloth, crepe de chine, and chambray. The colors were navy blue, mahogany, black, brown, blue, bisque tan, French blue, powder blue, and light green.

Materials required: 4 Yds. 36" wide fabric.

Cost: $13.00

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