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Posted on:8/30/12 5:29 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular Petite 


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JEF said...
Wonderful.
8/31/12 6:55 PM
MCBurbage said...
Corded petticoats still need several regular petticoats on top of them to get the fashionable dress shape of the 1840's and 1850's. The hoopskirts eliminate that weight and bulk so it really is easy to see why these were so quickly discarded after being common for about a quarter of a century.
8/31/12 11:27 AM
KamiSue2 said...
It looks great!
8/31/12 10:02 AM
fryman said...
beautiful!
8/31/12 9:26 AM
arianamaniacs said...
I can see why they fell out of favor, what a lot of work! Your skirt looks fab though!
8/31/12 3:08 AM
 
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