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  • Item #: P-PP801
  • Manufacturer: Past Patterns

This bodice was fashionable between 1841-1847. It is also appropriate to interpret 1850's clothing because images of women wearing the fan front bodice in the 1850's abound. The illusion of a small waist is created with tucks at the shoulders which are drawn into shirring at the center front waist. The bodice is mounted on a form fitting lining. The lining alone may be used as a pattern for a popular variation from the fan-front. The long form fitting sleeves may be made with or without a cap. The bodice is boned and closes in the back with hooks and eyes. This pattern is multi-sized 8 through 26 in a B, C and D cup. Sizes 8 through 12 require 2-1/3 Yds.; sizes 14 through 18 require 2-1/2 Yds. and sizes 20 through 26 require 2-2/3 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric.

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Price $24.00