Design No. 4650 shows a clever model for a house-dress, and one that any woman with knowledge of needlework can carry out in a short time, and at small expense.
The dress closes at the left side of the front, and can be made with bishop or let-o’-mutton sleeves. The joined-on skirt is cut in seven gores.
Shoulder-plaits front and back produce becoming lines, and the neck is finished with a pretty rolling collar. The long sleeves have band cuffs. The collar is trimmed with bands of contrasting material, which also adorns the belt and forms the cuffs. The collar is trimmed with bands of contrasting material, which also adorns the belt and forms the cuffs.
Challis, serge, mohair, percale, chambray, or gingham offers suitable suggestions for development. The dress shown in the drawing was carried out in blue dotted challis, with plain blue band trimming, and fastened with large pearl buttons.
Pattern No. 4650 is cut in sizes from 32 to 42 inches bust measure. To make the dress in the medium size will require 8 yards of 27-inch material, or 5 5/8 yards of good 36 inches wide. Width of lower edge is 3 yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents.
Ladies’ and Misses’ Yoke Nightgown
Model No. 5585 presents a practical and easily made nightgown that every woman who knows the value of homemade underwear will appreciate.
The gown is made roomy and comfortable, yet is very dainty-looking, and quite unlike the cumbersome affairs of several years ago.
It has the body of the garment gathered on to a yoke back and front. The neck is finished with a turndown collar, trimmed with edging, and the full sleeves have band cuffs likewise edging-trimmed.
Cambric, longcloth, nainsook, muslin or lawn will develop the model nicely.
Pattern No. 5585 is cut in sizes from 30 to 44 inches bust measure. To make the gown in the medium size will require 6 ¾ yards of 27-inch material, or 5 yards of goods 36 inches wide, with 3 ¾ yards of edging. Price of pattern, 10 cents.