Folkwear #205 Gibson Girl Blouse

        Folkwear #205 Gibson Girl Blouse

        Patterns - Folkwear #205 Gibson Girl Blouse.
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        Folkwear #205 Gibson Girl Blouse pattern epitomizes the feminine ideal at the turn of the 20th century. She often wore a soft, loosely fitted blouse of light cotton or silk with a high collar to accentuate her slender neck. A blouse worn with a skirt became the American woman's favorite fashion. By 1905, Sears Roebuck cataloge offered 150 versions, from cotton to elaborate lace and taffeta. Our version features the full-shaped front gathered into a rounded yoke, embellished in View B with clusters of tucks and lace insertion. Three-quarter length sleeves are gathered at the shoulders and into narrow cuffs. In View A, the high collar and yoke are finished with lace; in View B, rows of stitched lace replace the collar, as was the fashion. Tucks and lace insertion on the body of the blouse are optional. Instructions are given in View B for a traditional bias bound cuff. The back opening and cuffs fasten with tiny buttons or hooks and eyes; clusters of gathers at center back are held in place by narrow ties, which encircle the waist and tie in front. Traditionally high waisted back, this blouse is lovely over a skirt or it can be cut longer to tuck in.
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          • SKU
            N-Folkwear-205
          • Weight
            0.5 lbs
        • Color Family
          Clay
        • Fabric Content
          Rayon Spandex
        • Pattern Design
          Smocked
        • Features - Weaves
          Stretch-woven
        • Width
          48"-50"
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