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Original vintage paper sewing pattern, believed from the 1910s or 1920s.

Blackmore pattern number 4150

To sew a "dressing gown".

Cut to fit a medium size, but no actual body measurements are given.

This pattern has been checked and it is believed complete. There isn't an illustration or list to show all the pieces. The pattern pieces include the front, back, collar, cuff, pocket and sleeve. BUT this pattern was still in its original folds, so is more than likely complete.

The pre-cut, non-printed pattern pieces are in very good UNUSED condition!

The instructions are printed on the back of the envelope, NOT on a separate sheet.

The envelope is worn, TORN, creased and discoloured!

Has a little slip of paper inside advertising more patterns in the Blackmore range, and the women's patterns have that distinct "pouter pigeon" chest - so I think the pattern is 1910s. Busts would have been more flattened in the 1920s, but these show the low "mono-bosoms" of earlier years.

1910s 1920s Sewing Pattern - Ladies' Robe Dressing Gown Housecoat - M Medium - Edwardian


  • Vintage Supply from the 1910s
  • Material: paper
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  • Ships worldwide from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom