Make yourself a Titanic evening gown with this pattern!
You need our pattern for this stunning evening gown based on an original pattern from the 1910s. This elegant gown can be made a variety of ways so you don’t have to worry about looking like everyone else at the Titanic ball. The pattern includes a fitted undergown with boned bodice and one overgown option (the center figure shown on the pattern cover). Instructions for draping other styles of overgown (shown on either side of the central figure) are included. Many embellishment suggestions are also in the pattern as well as complete historical notes and documentary evidence.
One pattern = many gorgeous 1910s gowns! You just have to follow the instructions.
Fits busts 28″ through 48″, waists 20″ through 40″, hips 30″ through 50″ with instructions for conversion to larger sizes.
All sizes are included in one pattern. Detailed instructions, period tailoring directions, embellishment suggestions, and historical notes are also included.
silk satin for undergown
lace, chiffon, net, or other diaphanous material for overgown
thread, steel boning, hooks and eyes, snaps, embellishments such as paillettes, stones, embroidery, et cetera
3 yds 60″ fabric for underdress, overgown yardage varies with options
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<!–Below is an excerpt from the historical notes you will receive as part of this pattern:
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This information © 2012 Kass McGann and Reconstructing History