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1938 Dress Pattern — Sense & Sensibility Patterns This is a sharp-looking 1938 dress pattern. Note the long, slimming lines and the slight emphasis given the bustline by the gathers underneath.
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Mid-1940s Pattern for Four Blouses — Sense & Sensibility Patterns Here are four mid-1940s blouses, suitable for day wear. The gathered area under the dropped shoulder yoke is common, and you’ll see it again and again in my 1940s images.
1930s Skirt Pattern — Sense & Sensibility Patterns 1930s Skirt Pattern | Sense & Sensibility Patterns – if they were shortened to about knee length would be very cute to wear to work
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Pleated Skirt 1940s Dress Pattern ~ Sense & Sensibility Patterns 1940s DuBarry Pleated Skirt Dress Pattern
1945 Ladies’ Blouse Pattern — Sense & Sensibility Patterns Crisp blouses from 1945. Note the hairstyles on the models. You’ll see a lot of these dropped shoulder yokes and gathered bodice fronts in this time period–a feature on my 1940s “Swing” Dress Pattern.
1948 “New Look” Dress Pattern ~ Sense & Sensibility Patterns It is easy to see the beginnings of 1950s “New Look” styling in this 1948 pattern by McCall’s. The skirts are fuller, and the focus is on the waist. This is especially noticeable on the dress with the diagonal stripes emphasizing the hourglass shape.
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