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203 Edwardian Underthings
Three charming “unmentionables” from the Edwardian bride’s trousseau. The camisole, petticoat, and drawers make lovely undergarments or the prettiest summer outerwear. Pattern includes instructions for crocheted edging, lace insertion, and decorative embroidery stitches.
Era: Edwardian, late 1800s to early 1900s
If you are making the Drawers: Note that the PLACKET F piece should say “Cut Two for Drawers, Cut One for Petticoat.”
Sizes; Misses Extra Small to 3XLarge.
Suggested fabrics: Fine cottons or blends such as lawn, batiste, broadcloth, muslin, or silk. Petticoat can also be made of taffeta.
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Find out more about this sewing pattern from Folkwear here.
Cottons / Chambray / Lawn / Quilting, Silk / Satin / Sateen
One to two days
Confident Beginner, Intermediate