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Pattern # 150
This is the download version of #150. You will receive 3 A0 pages (33.1 X 46.8). These A0 size pages are meant to be printed on a wide format printer. You will also receive 61 tiled pages for printing on your home printer and the instructions.1890S HORSEBACK RIDING, BICYCLE, OR SPORTING SKIRT,
1940S BIB SKIRT, 1930S BEACH PAJAMAS
GAUCHO, PALAZZO, WIDE LEG, AND SAILOR PANTS
WITH PATCH POCKETS AND OPTIONAL BIB FRONT
-FALL FRONT OR ZIPPER BACK CONSTRUCTION
Sewing Pattern with Sizes 6 36, All Included
Laughing Moon Mercantile 150 - Ladies Split Skirt, Culottes, or Palazzo Pants:
Note: Views A, B, and C have a fully functioning fall front that closes with buttons. This is correct period construction for the 1890s through the 1940s. View D does not have a fall front but has a
zipper at center back for modern or easy construction. All Views have a total of eight panels. There are two optional patch pockets on the side fronts. There are two options for length: View B has a shorter length of 31 inches and Views A, C, and D have a length of 40 inches. View A is the long length with the option of a panel that can be buttoned to the front of the skirt to disguise the fact that it is actually a split skirt. Views A and Ds front waistband is at the natural waist. View Bs center front extends upward about 4 inches for a short bib. The bib is held up by suspenders that go over the shoulders and cross in the back and attach at the back waistband. View C is the longer skirt with the center front pieces extending about 10 1/2 inches for a longer bib. The bib is held up with suspenders the same as View B. View D is the longer skirt that does not have a fall front and instead has a center back opening that closes with a zipper. All fabrics for all Views are easiest to construct with a solid color because matching plaids or prints across the 8 panels would be an advanced sewing skill. Or, the panels could be of dissimilar fabrics as a design choice.