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E-Pattern- 1900-1910s Blouse & Guimpe- SIZE PACK 2- PDF Sewing Pattern- Wearing History

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This is an E-Pattern to print yourself at home on your home printer's USA letter and A4 sized paper.

I'm very pleased to announce an original Wearing History design for a 1910s blouse pattern. This pattern was inspired by original period pattern illustrations for a versitile blouse with a variety of uses.

This listing is for SIZE PACK 2. Find Size Pack 1 here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/223384884/


Size Pack 2

SIZE 12 14 16 18
BUST 38 40 42 44
WAIST 30 32 34 36

All measurements are given in inches.



- Pattern Description -

I'm very pleased to announce an original Wearing History design for a 1910s blouse pattern. This pattern was inspired by original period pattern illustrations for a versitile blouse with a variety of uses. This is different than our other "vintage inspired" patterns, where we start with original period source material and update it to our specifications- this pattern has been based on our very own Wearing History blocks, drafted from a modern professional dress form and altered to period styling. The goal with this pattern is to provide a good middle ground between period pattern and modern sensibility- to fit the modern form yet still retain the aspects of a vintage fit and retain period styling.


From This Pattern You Can Make A Blouse/Guimpe
in the Following Variations
with Either Short or Long Sleeves
A high neck blouse with a straight collar
A high neck blouse with a pointed collar
A rounded neck blouse
A square neck blouse
A sheer blouse with a shell lining
A sleeveless guimpe
A lace underblouse


This pattern has been extensively researched to be accurate in styling and cut, yet updated to be a middle ground between vintage and modern fit. The design has been inspired and researched with the use of original period patterns, period illustrations and drawings, and extant historical blouses of the period. This pattern is meant to be your "go to" basic pattern for this era as this pattern can take you from day to afternoon to evening depending on your styling and fabric choices.

This blouse is fitted by a casing on the inside of the blouse to which you can add ties or elastic to gather to fit. It is meant to be worn with skirts with a slightly raised waistline, in order to make the casing for the waist invisible when worn. The blouse fastens up the back with buttons or hooks and eyes.

This blouse is ideal as a blank canvas to use for your creative embroidery or insertion lace embellishment, and is ideal for heirloom sewing. This pattern is a basic blouse pattern to which you can embellish as you wish. This pattern does not include lace placement or trim placement- as I leave that up to your creativity! A separate e-book is available which covers embellishment inspiration and technique which can be used with this pattern. With a little creativity, this blouse can be used as a bodice for a period dress. Instruction for converting this from a blouse to a bodice for a dress is not included.

In order to conserve paper, this blouse is designed with the varying necklines printed on the front and back pieces, so you can trace the pattern or cut the pattern to the neckline version you desire, instead of making a more expensive pattern with separate blouse pieces for each neckline. Likewise, the sleeve is printed in one, so you can cut or trace the sleeve to shorter or longer length.

This pattern includes new step-by-step instructions with hand drawn illustrations and cutting charts for modern fabric widths.



- SIZING -

This blouse is meant to be worn over period foundations, including a corset and corset cover, as it is pictured in the sample photos. This blouse CAN be worn for modern wear or without corsetry.
Please compare the measurements carefully, and order by your measurements according to the chart. If you are between sizing order the larger packet as little ease is included compared with other modern commercial patterns. The sizing of this pattern is different than other Wearing History Patterns and different than sizes in other pattern companies. DO NOT ORDER BY YOUR "USUAL SIZE". Refer to the chart below.



Order this pattern by BUST SIZE, according to the chart below, as the waist is adjustable with the drawstring.

Take your measurements on top of your period foundations you plan to wear this with, if applicable. Extra ease is not allowed for excess undergarments.

Size Pack 2

SIZE 12 14 16 18
BUST 38 40 42 44
WAIST 30 32 34 36

All patterns are in MISSES SIZING. All measurements are given in inches.


-Fitting-

This pattern may require adjustments based on your figure, especially for the high collar versions, as the fit will depend greatly upon neck size and height, and position of the neck and shoulders.

A muslin mock up is highly recommended for all versions of this pattern, and should be done before starting insertion lace, embroidery, or other embellishment.

-Fabric Suggestions-

This blouse is best made in fabrics with a nice drape like fine cottons (lawn, batiste, etc), silk, satin, or fine linen. This can be made in all over lace fabric, and cutting lines are included for a scoop necked shell lining, as shown in the images of the lace blouse.

This blouse is shown in photographs with the Wearing History Cordelia skirt pattern, which may be purchased seperately. This blouse does not include a belt, skirt, or embellishment design or instruction.

A free photo tutorial for basic lace insertion by machine is available on my blog.



- HOW TO USE THIS E-PATTERN -

YOU WILL NEED ADOBE READER, A FREE PDF READER PROGRAM, IN ORDER TO OPEN AND PRINT THIS PATTERN.

This pattern is formatted for USA Letter Size and A4 sized paper. You will need to print this pattern to 100% scale. Open the "READ-ME-FIRST" File for instructions on printing and piecing your pattern.

This pattern is tiled into letter sized paper. You will print these documents on your home printer, cut, and tape them together, to form a larger pattern layout. Then you cut and use your pattern just as you would a normal home sewing pattern. This pattern uses 25 sheets of paper for the pattern, 13 for the instruction pack, 1 for the e-pattern "how to" sheet. 39 total sheets of 8.5" x 11" sized paper or A4 sized paper. This pattern file is formatted to fit on both sizes of paper, and there will be varying thicknesses of white border, which will be cut off, according to pattern instructions.

--- USE POLICY ---
By purchasing this pattern you agree to the following terms: This e-pattern is licensed exclusively to the person who purchases this pattern from Wearing History for the sole purpose of home sewing use by the individual who purchases the pattern. Commercial or production use or making items to sell from this pattern is prohibited. Do not share this pattern by email or any other form. Remember, I make my living by using my talents to make these patterns available. Help support indie small business by telling your friends to purchase their own copy of this pattern from http://wearinghistory.etsy.com
This is an E-Pattern to print yourself at home on your home printer's USA letter and A4 sized paper.

I'm very pleased to announce an original Wearing History design for a 1910s blouse pattern. This pattern was inspired by original period pattern illustrations for a versitile blouse with a variety of uses.

This listing is for SIZE PACK 2. Find Size Pack 1 here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/223384884/


Size Pack 2

SIZE 12 14 16 18
BUST 38 40 42 44
WAIST 30 32 34 36

All measurements are given in inches.



- Pattern Description -

I'm very pleased to announce an original Wearing History design for a 1910s blouse pattern. This pattern was inspired by original period pattern illustrations for a versitile blouse with a variety of uses. This is different than our other "vintage inspired" patterns, where we start with original period source material and update it to our specifications- this pattern has been based on our very own Wearing History blocks, drafted from a modern professional dress form and altered to period styling. The goal with this pattern is to provide a good middle ground between period pattern and modern sensibility- to fit the modern form yet still retain the aspects of a vintage fit and retain period styling.


From This Pattern You Can Make A Blouse/Guimpe
in the Following Variations
with Either Short or Long Sleeves
A high neck blouse with a straight collar
A high neck blouse with a pointed collar
A rounded neck blouse
A square neck blouse
A sheer blouse with a shell lining
A sleeveless guimpe
A lace underblouse


This pattern has been extensively researched to be accurate in styling and cut, yet updated to be a middle ground between vintage and modern fit. The design has been inspired and researched with the use of original period patterns, period illustrations and drawings, and extant historical blouses of the period. This pattern is meant to be your "go to" basic pattern for this era as this pattern can take you from day to afternoon to evening depending on your styling and fabric choices.

This blouse is fitted by a casing on the inside of the blouse to which you can add ties or elastic to gather to fit. It is meant to be worn with skirts with a slightly raised waistline, in order to make the casing for the waist invisible when worn. The blouse fastens up the back with buttons or hooks and eyes.

This blouse is ideal as a blank canvas to use for your creative embroidery or insertion lace embellishment, and is ideal for heirloom sewing. This pattern is a basic blouse pattern to which you can embellish as you wish. This pattern does not include lace placement or trim placement- as I leave that up to your creativity! A separate e-book is available which covers embellishment inspiration and technique which can be used with this pattern. With a little creativity, this blouse can be used as a bodice for a period dress. Instruction for converting this from a blouse to a bodice for a dress is not included.

In order to conserve paper, this blouse is designed with the varying necklines printed on the front and back pieces, so you can trace the pattern or cut the pattern to the neckline version you desire, instead of making a more expensive pattern with separate blouse pieces for each neckline. Likewise, the sleeve is printed in one, so you can cut or trace the sleeve to shorter or longer length.

This pattern includes new step-by-step instructions with hand drawn illustrations and cutting charts for modern fabric widths.



- SIZING -

This blouse is meant to be worn over period foundations, including a corset and corset cover, as it is pictured in the sample photos. This blouse CAN be worn for modern wear or without corsetry.
Please compare the measurements carefully, and order by your measurements according to the chart. If you are between sizing order the larger packet as little ease is included compared with other modern commercial patterns. The sizing of this pattern is different than other Wearing History Patterns and different than sizes in other pattern companies. DO NOT ORDER BY YOUR "USUAL SIZE". Refer to the chart below.



Order this pattern by BUST SIZE, according to the chart below, as the waist is adjustable with the drawstring.

Take your measurements on top of your period foundations you plan to wear this with, if applicable. Extra ease is not allowed for excess undergarments.

Size Pack 2

SIZE 12 14 16 18
BUST 38 40 42 44
WAIST 30 32 34 36

All patterns are in MISSES SIZING. All measurements are given in inches.


-Fitting-

This pattern may require adjustments based on your figure, especially for the high collar versions, as the fit will depend greatly upon neck size and height, and position of the neck and shoulders.

A muslin mock up is highly recommended for all versions of this pattern, and should be done before starting insertion lace, embroidery, or other embellishment.

-Fabric Suggestions-

This blouse is best made in fabrics with a nice drape like fine cottons (lawn, batiste, etc), silk, satin, or fine linen. This can be made in all over lace fabric, and cutting lines are included for a scoop necked shell lining, as shown in the images of the lace blouse.

This blouse is shown in photographs with the Wearing History Cordelia skirt pattern, which may be purchased seperately. This blouse does not include a belt, skirt, or embellishment design or instruction.

A free photo tutorial for basic lace insertion by machine is available on my blog.



- HOW TO USE THIS E-PATTERN -

YOU WILL NEED ADOBE READER, A FREE PDF READER PROGRAM, IN ORDER TO OPEN AND PRINT THIS PATTERN.

This pattern is formatted for USA Letter Size and A4 sized paper. You will need to print this pattern to 100% scale. Open the "READ-ME-FIRST" File for instructions on printing and piecing your pattern.

This pattern is tiled into letter sized paper. You will print these documents on your home printer, cut, and tape them together, to form a larger pattern layout. Then you cut and use your pattern just as you would a normal home sewing pattern. This pattern uses 25 sheets of paper for the pattern, 13 for the instruction pack, 1 for the e-pattern "how to" sheet. 39 total sheets of 8.5" x 11" sized paper or A4 sized paper. This pattern file is formatted to fit on both sizes of paper, and there will be varying thicknesses of white border, which will be cut off, according to pattern instructions.

--- USE POLICY ---
By purchasing this pattern you agree to the following terms: This e-pattern is licensed exclusively to the person who purchases this pattern from Wearing History for the sole purpose of home sewing use by the individual who purchases the pattern. Commercial or production use or making items to sell from this pattern is prohibited. Do not share this pattern by email or any other form. Remember, I make my living by using my talents to make these patterns available. Help support indie small business by telling your friends to purchase their own copy of this pattern from http://wearinghistory.etsy.com

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(1,416)
Reviewed by Jamie Tenboer
5 out of 5 stars
Oct 28, 2017
Love love LOVE this pattern! The instructions made putting this piece together a breeze!!!! Totally worth every penny... and I’m going to say it again, I LOVED IT!!! Thank you so much!
E-Pattern- 1900-1910s Blouse & Guimpe Pattern- SIZE PACK 1

Reviewed by dorothee dupont
5 out of 5 stars
May 18, 2018
Perfect :) Quel bonheur de pouvoir trouver d'anciens modèles (avec parfois des tailles "plus size"). Je recherchais ce type de salopette depuis longtemps. Merci à Wearing History de préserver ces trésors.
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Reviewed by Lexie
4 out of 5 stars
May 11, 2018
Looking forward to making this gorgeous pattern!
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--You do not have to be afraid of harming a delicate original vintage pattern.
--They cost a fraction of the price of purchasing an original rare vintage pattern.
--The patterns are easier to understand and clearly marked pieces instead of holes or dot markings.
--Most patterns are multi-sized so you can cut the size you need. Original vintage patterns were only single size in a packet.
--E-patterns are downloadable and printable at home. You can buy and start sewing in a weekend!
--Several Wearing History patterns are drafted by me and/or have new instructions (These are the Signature Styles patterns).
--Very little ease is included in comparison to modern standards, and most run true to size.
--Armholes and sleeves fit higher than tighter than modern standards. You may need to alter your sleeves & armscyes if you prefer modern fit with more ease.
--Resto-Vival patterns are based on original period patterns and were meant to be worn with period foundations- Girdles, period bras, etc may make a difference in fit. A Victorian or Edwardian garment will be sized to fit over a corset.
--All patterns are based on Misses or Women's patterns. Petites, tall, juniors, and & sizes will most likely need adjustments
--ALWAYS make a mock up before cutting into your final fabric.
New patterns based on original period sources or brand new designs with new step-by-step illustrated instructions, improved fit, and new cutting layouts and yardage requirements for modern fabric widths. These patterns can either be based on period originals with changes that improve the original pattern fit and instructions, or a unique draft to Wearing History that has been drafted by me personally and heavily researched to be period correct. These patterns also include instructions that are hand drawn or digitally drawn and composed by me personally.
Resto-Vival patterns are restored and revived based on historical pattern source material. Original patterns are usually available only in single sizes, precut from tissue paper and totally unprinted, with details like grainlines and darts indicated only by small perforations. Resto-Vival™ patterns are clearly marked with drawn and labeled markings. Resto-Vival™ patterns follow the period shapes of the original patterns, maintaining the historical accuracy of the completed garment. Original period instructions are included, the complexity of which can vary from pattern to pattern. Older patterns may have text only instructions. Intermediate to advanced sewing knowledge is recommended. We suggest keeping a sewing book handy.
I ALWAYS suggest to make a muslin mock up to check fit and construction before cutting into your fashion fabric. Every body is different, even if measurements are similar, and making a mock up of inexpensive fabric is the only surefire way to make sure your garment will fit your unique figure and have the ease you want. Don’t make a garment out of your final fabric without testing and expect it to be perfect- it’s just not feasible. It’s kind of like going shopping at the mall– you don’t expect every item on a hanger to fit you perfectly and it requires some trying on. Not all sizes run the same between all the stores and brands. The same is true of sewing patterns, so make your mock up!
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Please view each individual pattern for size information, as size can vary from pattern to pattern.
Please keep in mind that patterns are based on misses or women's sizing. Plus size, juniors, petites, and tall sizes will most likely require additional alterations so I highly suggest making a mock up before sewing your final garment.
All patterns are full size, unless otherwise indicated. They may use a LOT of paper to print, but are already sized and graded for you.
When you buy an e-pattern from me, you receive a multi-page PDF file you download to your computer and print at home. The patterns are formatted to fit on both 8.5 x 11 sized letter and A4 paper. All pages are tiled to make it easy for home sewists to print at home and then assemble into a larger pattern sheet.
You print the patterns at 100% scale or "actual size", and then cut and tape the dotted lines together.
All pattern pages are numbered, so you can keep track of you process. An additional file is included to help with assembly- make sure you read it before you print your files.
I have been told by many customers that my e-patterns are some of the easiest to assemble, and I'm thankful for their high praise!
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