For Church or Calling
The gown for church or afternoon wear is distinct from the general-utility dress, and the evening toilette. It must not be as plain as the former, or as elaborate as the latter. A design that presents a pleasing medium is offered in No. 5134.Here is a dress that has class and style combined with simplicity and good taste.The waist is a dainty surplice blouse, made collarless, and with short kimono sleeves. A new feature is the box plait running down the center of the back. The front opening is cut V-shaped, and is trimmed with silk, which extends the full length of the waist, and on down the skirt about six inches. A broad band of the silk trims the bottom of the costume. The chemisette is of lace.
The skirt is a six-gored model, with a center box plait at back. The closing is at the left side front.
The pattern, No. 5134, is cut in sizes from 32 to 42 inches bust measure. To make the dress in the medium size will require 4 7/8 yards of 36-inch, or 4 1/8 yards of 44-inch material. The guimpe will take 1 ¾ yards of 36-inch material. For trimming, 1 ¾ yards of silk is needed, with 1 yard of 18-inch allover. Price of pattern, 10 cents.
The long-waisted model is always a favorite, and this one combines other fanciful touches which make it out of the ordinary.
The skirt is a clever, kilted model, having center box plait in panel-effect, and inverted box plait at back.
The long sleeves are in two pieces, having a tuck on the top. The deep cuffs are a pretty addition.
For making this garment, woolen mixture, or cheviot is available. Plain cashmere would be pretty. A ribbon sash extends from the side of front around the back of the dress, and ends in a large bow. The pattern, No. 4808, is cut in sizes for 6, 8, 10 and 12 years. To make the dress in the medium size will require 2 ¾ yards of 36-inch material, 2 ½ yards of 44-inch, and 2 yards of goods 50 inches wide. Two yards of ribbon will be needed for the sash. Price of pattern, 10 cents.
The waist is plain, the fullness being provided by the gathers at the waistline. The three-quarter-length sleeves have pointed turnback cuffs.
The skirt hangs in graceful lines, and closes at the center of the back. It is a stylish model, the under box plait giving it class and distinction.
The waist-pattern, No. 5669, is cut in sizes from 32 to 42 inches bust measure. To make the waist in the medium size will require 3 yards of 36-inch goods, or 2 ½ yards of 44-inch material, with 7/8 of a yard of 24-inch satin, and 5/8 of a yard of allover lace. Price of pattern, 10 cents.
The skirt-pattern, No. 4554, is cut in sizes from 22 to 32 waist measure. To make the skirt in the medium size will require 7 yards of 36-inch material, or 6 ¼ yards of goods 44-inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents.
This little dress may be made with high or low neck, and long or short sleeves.
The garment hangs plain from the shoulders, with not too much fullness. The closing is under a center plait at the back. The full bishop sleeves are gathered at the wrist where they are completed with a band cuff.
Cashmere, or silk, galatea, lawn, or linen may be sued.
The pattern, No, 4614, is cut in sizes for 1, 3 and 5 years of age. To make the dress in the three-year size will require 3 yards of 24-inch, 2 yards of 36-inch, and 1 ¾ yards of 44-inch material. Price of pattern, 10 cents.
Child’s Yoke Dress
Lawn, cambric, swiss and organdy are suitable materials for the development of this model.
The pattern, No. 5390, is cut in sizes for 1, 3 and 5 years. To make the dress in the three-year size will require 2 ¾ yards of 27-inch, 2 yards of 36-inch, and 1 ¾ yards of 44-inch material. One and seven-eighths yards of insertion, and 1 3/8 yards of edging are needed to trim as pictured. Price of pattern, 10 cents.
Clever Little Frock
The waist has a front-closing effect formed by an outline of silk edging, and trimmed with three small buttons.
The plain gathered skirt is joined to the waist by a narrow belt. It hangs in plaited effect.
This dress is serviceable and stylish developed in plaid material, with lace yoke and collar, and silk trimming to match predominating color of the plaid. Woolen or cotton fabric can be utilized to equal advantage.
The pattern, No. 5379, is cut in sizes for 6, 8, 10 and 12 years. To make the garment in the medium size will require 2 7/8 yards of 36-inch material, or 2 3/8 yards of 44-inch material, with ½ yard of 20-inch silk, and ¼ yard of 18-inch allover. Price of pattern, 10 cents.