Pattern for
a Prairie Dress

misses small to large
Part Number: PATTERN-201
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Price: $16.95
The stalwart women who conquered the American prairie in the latter 19th century wore full yet practical housedresses of washable cotton, usually with an apron. Ours falls to the ankles in voluminous gathers from a gracefully rounded yoke. It has long sleeves gathered at the shoulders and into buttoned cuffs. The ruffled collar is set into a collar-band and the dress has pockets set into both side seams. The deep front opening typical of this era closes with buttons in the yoke; hooks and eyes can be used to fasten the long opening.

The flounced apron has two keyhole pockets and waistband which buttons in the back. Instructions for decorative feather stitch are included inside pattern.

Ankle length
  • 36" wide
  • 7-1/2 yards8 yards8-1/2 yards
  • 45" wide
  • 5-1/4 yards5-5/8 yards6 yards
    Mid-Calf length
  • 36" wide
  • 6 yards6-1/2 yards7 yards
  • 45" wide
  • 4-1/4 yards4-5/8 yards5 yards
  • 36" wide
  • 3-1/4 yards3-1/2 yards3-3/4 yards
  • 45" wide
  • 2-3/8 yards2-1/2 yards2-5/8 yards

    Fabrics: Dress soft fabrics such as calico, gingham, muslin, light-weight cotton, or wool challis. Apron light or medium weight cotton, such as gingham, broad cloth, or muslin.

    Notions: Dress Thread; 5 buttons; hooks and eyes to fasten long front opening. Apron Thread; 2 buttons for waistband.

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