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  Simplicity 2881

Simplicity 2881
Simplicity 2881

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photo Recommend, with Modifications
Update, 8/27/12, Red Queen Costume Amazingly, I used this pattern again. After I finished the White Queen Costume, well, I had to make the Red Queen Costume for the other event host! How fun is that? In this one, I reduced the volume of the skirt by about 25% because she did not want it too poofy

Pattern Description: Straightforward, not too many pieces. The bodice front, side and back had a different piece for each size. There are 3 panels in the skirt that didn't have pattern pieces, just required you remember to measure and cut those 50"x52" rectangles. Pattern Sizing: There is a lo


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Pattern Description: Misses Civil War Costume: The Museum Curator Collection Pattern Sizing: 8 Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? Pattern did resemble the envelope cover photo, except the bodice which was too big. Were the instructions


photo you can find more information about this pattern - and better pix at The gown’s design is based on an extant gown in Vienna, Austria, dated to ca 1865. Extensive study of period fashion publications show that the design details of the go


Recommend, with Modifications
I used black and red taffeta to make a circa Scarlett Ohara dress. This pattern has been extremely difficult. I have had missing pieces, extra pieces, unclear instructions, and just a general pain in the rear. I have had to make multiple alterations....including removing panels, adding length to



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