RH1408 — 1942 Ladies’ Bias-Cut Jumper and Blouse


1940s Jumper and Blouse sewing pattern



Buy this wonderful figure-flattering pattern!

Based on an original pattern from 1942, this ladies’ bias-cut jumper in just past knee-length and can be worn with or without the matching blouse.  Blouse features full-length or short sleeves and a rounded collar.

All sizes (busts 30″ to 50″) 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.

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Fabric Suggestions:  Jumper — corduroy, velveteen, flannel, wool jersey, gabardine, soft woollen, linen, faille
Blouse — silk shirting, handkerchief linen, rayons, cotton

Notions:  five buttons, snaps, and shoulder padding for blouse, 10″ zipper or snaps, bias binding for jumper

Yardage:  Jumper — 3 yards 54″ wide or 4 yards 40″ wide (buy extra if matching stripes)
Blouse (long sleeves) — 2.5 yards 40″ wide


Additional information

Weight 0.25 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable


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