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#0314 Edwardian Shirtwaist about 1890 with two collar types Sewing Pattern Size US 8-30 (EU 8-56) PDF Download

#0314 Edwardian Shirtwaist about 1890 with two collar types Sewing Pattern Size US 8-30 (EU 8-56) PDF Download

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This is a DIGITAL sewing pattern for an Edwardian unlined Shirtwaists from circa 1890.

This pattern is designed after an extant shirtwaist from 1890 with moderate puffed sleeves and collar and cuffs from white cotton, while the shirtwaist itself is made from a striped cotton fabric. The pattern offers two different collars types, a stand-up collar or a rounded collar with a high collar stand, and two different cuff types.

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This is a DIGITAL pattern (PDF), you can download both size ranges and languages after payment has been confirmed.
The pattern comes with detailed and illustrated sewing instructions in English and German. It is a multi-size sewing pattern, you can choose between Sizes US 8-18 (EU 34-44) and Sizes US 20-30 (EU 46-56). A seam allowance of 5/8" (1,5cm) is included in my patterns.
The pattern is ready to be printed out on DIN A4 or US Letter. Format DIN A0 to be printed at a plotter / copy-shop comes with a second email at no additional costs.


The sewing pattern itself consists of:
Size US 8-18 (EU 34-44): 27 pages A4/US letter or 2 A0
Size US 20-30 (EU 46-56): 38 pages A4/US letter or 2 A0


Recommended fabric: light to mediumweight cotton or linen fabrics
Interlining: cotton lawn

Fabric required:
US 8-18 (EU 34-44): 2.5yds. 51“ wide (2,3m with a width of 130cm)
US 20-30 (EU 46-56): 3.5yds. 51“ wide (3,2m with a width of 130cm)

Cotton tape 2yds. (2m)
Interlining: circa 0.2yds
Buttons: 12 shirt buttons

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Freya Rosebell
Very nice

Very nice pattern. Instructions where clear most of the time. I had read in the blogpost about this pattern that the pleating might disappear with washing but I pressed my pleats with steam and let it cool down completely before replacing it and I can tell you it pressed so well it survived the washing machine.

Barbara Winch

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