This listing is for an E-Pattern to print yourself at home on your home printer's USA letter and A4 sized paper.
This listing is for SIZE PACK 1:
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Wearing History #1005
Also avaialble as an e-pattern. Find it on this page.
- A high neck blouse with a straight collar
- A high neck blouse with a pointed collar
- A rounded neck blouse
- A square neck blouse
- A sheer blouse with a shell lining
- A sleeveless guimpe
- A lace underblouse
This pattern has different sizing for Wearing History (Size Pack 1 or 2) Please compare the measurements carefully, and order by your measurements according to the chart. If you are between sizing order the larger packet as little ease is included compared with other modern commercial patterns.
Order this pattern by BUST SIZE, as the waist is adjustable with the drawstring.
Take your measurements on top of your period foundations you plan to wear this with, if applicable. Extra ease is not allowed for excess undergarments.
|Size Pack 1|
|Size Pack 2|
All patterns are in MISSES SIZING. All measurements are given in inches.
This pattern may require adjustments based on your figure, especially for the high collar versions, as the fit will depend greatly upon neck size and height, and position of the neck and shoulders.
A muslin mock up is highly recommended for all versions of this pattern, and should be done before starting insertion lace, embroidery, or other embellishment.
This blouse is shown in photographs with the upcoming Wearing History Cordelia skirt pattern, which may be purchased seperately. This blouse does not include a belt, skirt, or embellishment design or instruction.
A free photo tutorial for basic lace insertion by machine is available on my blog.
- HOW TO USE THIS E-PATTERN -
YOU WILL NEED ADOBE READER, A FREE PDF READER PROGRAM, IN ORDER TO OPEN AND PRINT THIS PATTERN.
This pattern is formatted for USA Letter Size and A4 sized paper. You will need to print this pattern to 100% scale. Open the "READ-ME-FIRST" File for instructions on printing and piecing your pattern.
This pattern is tiled into letter sized paper. You will print these documents on your home printer, cut, and tape them together, to form a larger pattern layout. Then you cut and use your pattern just as you would a normal home sewing pattern. This pattern uses 25 sheets of paper for the pattern, 13 for the instruction pack, 1 for the e-pattern "how to" sheet. 39 total sheets of 8.5" x 11" sized paper or A4 sized paper. This pattern file is formatted to fit on both sizes of paper, and there will be varying thicknesses of white border, which will be cut off, according to pattern instructions.
You will be able to download this pattern after your order is marked as "Completed".
If ordering with mailed product, purchased with an unconfirmed Paypal address, or purchased with a credit card, there may be a slight delay, as I will need to manually approve the transaction before the system marks it as "completed".
By purchasing this pattern you agree to the following terms: This e-pattern is licensed exclusively to the person who purchases this pattern from Wearing History for the sole purpose of home sewing or non-profit use. Commercial or production use is prohibited. Do not share this pattern by email or any other form. Remember, I make my living by using my talents to make these patterns. Help support indie small business by telling your friends to purchase their own copy of this pattern from http://wearinghistory.clothing
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Great pattern! Does exactly what it says on the tin – makes a beautiful base for a 1900s blouse. The instructions are very comprehensive, with lots of period information, and the suggestions for variations are excellent. I made mine in a geometric broderie anglaise, and added width to do a bit of tucking. I had to do a bit of adjusting to the pattern to accommodate the fact that I have scoliosis and tilted shoulders, but the fit was very accurate for a standard body. I love the finished result – very Anne of Green Gables! More info about my version here: http://thedreamstress.com/2013/12/the-ca-1905-time-lady-shirtwaist/