RH1235 — Ladies’ 1920s Brassieres and Bandeaux


1920s Brassieres sewing pattern



Make yourself some great Flapper underthings with this pattern!

You need our Roaring Twenties corset pattern based on original brassieres and bandeaux from the 1920s.  Fits  busts 32″ through 48″, waists 28″ through 44″ and hips 38″ to 54″ with instructions how to alter for larger sizes.  Designed to flatten and lower the bust for the perfect silhouette under your 1920s dresses.

All sizes are  included in one pattern. Detailed instructions, period tailoring directions, embellishment suggestions, and historical notes are also included.

Reconstructing History patterns are different from other reproduction patterns!  

We don’t just photocopy old patterns and sell them to you.  We use the original patterns as a basis.  Then we grade the pattern in modern sizes, up to 48″ bust and 44″ waist, so they’ll fit far more sizes than the original patterns ever did.  And we don’t just stick you with the old vague instructions either.  Kass personally goes through each pattern, improving the instructions, modernizing the vocabulary and adding in all those things that the old pattern companies assumed their customers knew.  Yet we don’t remove the flavour of the original pattern, so you can truly experience using a vintage pattern without all the trouble of resizing and “translating” it.

All sizes come in the same envelope.  Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you’ve come to expect from Reconstructing History.

thread, stay (twill) tape, hooks and eyes, ribbon binding (optional)

Yardage Requirements:
1.5 yards at least 45” wide

Let us help you! At Reconstructing History, we want to see you wearing the best garments you are capable of making. Email us at and we will answer any questions you might have.

Additional information

Weight 115 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable


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