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Folkwear #210 Armistice Blouse
Folkwear #210 Armistice Blouse pattern. Fashion evolved rapidly from 1915 to 1920, as World War I, known as the Great War, changed forever the role of women in society. A continuing love of feminine details and an increasing need for practicaltiy in dress came together in the graceful lines of our Armistice Blouse, and was enhanced by a soft delicate fabric an lace trim. The back of the blouse extends over the shoulders to meet the lightly gathered front, and gathers at the center back waist into a self tie or ribbon, which encircles the waist to tie in front. The long collar falls softly over a center panel, or vestee, forming a deep rectangular neckline. Tiny buttons close the blouse on the left side. Long set-in sleeves gather into wide turned-back cuffs. Folkwear maintains the traditional curved hemline. View A is made of plain fabric; a soft cotton print would be lovely. View B is trimmed with lace at the edges of the collar, cuffs, and vestee, which may also be decorated with narrow tucks. Handwork notes include optional drawn-thread work designs and instructions.
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