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Patterns - Folkwear #123 Austrian Dirndl. The Dirndl dates back to the Renaissance and is one of few regional costumes still worn extensively in Austria, southern Germany, and Switzerland. Additionally, a favorite at Renaissance Faires and Oktoberfests, this three-piece outfit enhances the maiden in you. Priced per pattern. Misses XS-3XL.
The Dirndl dates back to the Renaissance and is one of the few regional costumes still worn extensively in Austria, southern Germany and Switzerland. The complete Dirndl consists of a close-fitting sleeveless bodice with attached full skirt, over an abbreviated white Blouse, finished with a contrasting Apron. Folkwear offers two dirndls. In View A, the dress is cut just above the bustline and buttons in front to the waist. Its blouse is lightly gathered into a jewel neck-line with a self-tie. The bodice in View B is cut wider and deeper -- below the fullest part of the bust-- and fitted with bones and small gussets. The front opening fastens with hooks and eyes. Its blouse gathers in front into a square neckline. Both blouses have gathered sleeves with an encased elastic band forming a ruffle at the elbow. Both Views and the Apron can be street length or low-calf length. Priced per pattern. Misses XS-3XL.
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