18th Century Girls Gown Pattern
Little girl's back lacing gown with instructions for creating the gown in a period manner. Additional instructions included for optional machine sewing. Black and white and color photos of sample gown. (Shown here in silk brocade. Gown made by Hallie Larkin.)
This pattern is drafted from an original 18th century girl's garment and includes the optional leading strings often seen on children's clothing in the period. Depending on your choice of fabric, this gown is appropriate for both lower and upper class children's impressions.
Available is Chest Sizes 24, 25, 26 and 27, 28, 29. Please select your size from the drop-down menu.
Synthetic boning recommend for back of gown.
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