Pattern for
Navajo Blouse and Skirt

Child's 4 to 10,
Womens's 4 to 20
Part Number: PATTERN-120
Availability: Book is no longer being printed or produced. Once we sell through our remaining inventory, item will no longer be available.  We will not be getting any more in.
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Dates from the 1870's when machine-woven textiles were first introduced at trading posts. The blouse was traditionally made of velvet lined with calico, embellished with lots of silver buttons and worn with a calico "broomstick" skirt. Misses' 4-20, Girls' 4-10. Includes pattern for blouse and instructions only for skirt.

Materials:
FabricChild's size 4 to 6 Child's size 8 to 10Womens size 4 to 12Womens size 14 to 20
  • 36" wide
  • 1-1/8 yards1-5/8 yards2-1/2 yards2-5/8 yards
  • 45" wide
  • 7/8 yards1-1/4 yards1-1/2 yards1-3/4 yards
  • 60" wide
  • 7/8 yards1 yards1-3/8 yards1-3/8 yards


    FabricChild's size 4 to 6 Child's size 8 to 10Womens size 4 to 12Womens size 14 to 20
  • 36" wide
  • 1-5/8 yards1-7/8 yards2-1/2 yards2-1/2 yards
  • 45" wide
  • 1-3/8 yards1-1/2 yards1-7/8 yards2 yards
  • 60" wide
  • 1 yards1-1/8 yards1-3/8 yards1-3/8 yards


    Fabric: Crisp medium weight fabrics such as gingham, broadcloth, muslin, light weight corduroy, cotton homespun. Traditional smocks have small blue and white checks.

    Notions: Thread, hook and eye for collar, 2 buttons.

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