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Now with size layers.
This is not a printed pattern.  This is a digital download.  You will immediately receive a link to several files sent to the email used to order.  You will receive several letter size files:  How to print, the front and back cover, the sewing instructions, and the pattern tiled in color.  You will also receive several A0 size files:  The entire pattern in color with solid color lines, and the entire pattern in black and white dashed lines with size layers.  This means you can print the A0 size pattern files by taking them to a copy shop or you can tile them yourself by using the "poster" option in Adobe Acrobat to print on your home printer.  This means you can print just the size(s) you want either in A0 or letter size.

Laughing Moon Mercantile #151 - Please note this is the same petticoat contained in #102 which is discontinued.  
Ladies' 1890s Petticoat or Skirt - 1870s to early 1900 in three lengths, with train and without.  This petticoat is constructed with three front panels that are attached to a front yoke.  The back is constructed with four panels attached to a back yoke where the center back provides the back opening.  The center back panels are gathered where they attach to the back yoke.  The front and back yokes do not have any darts at the waist.  There are three different length options:  Walking skirt (ankle length), short train length (6 inches longer in back), and long train length (12 inches longer in back).  The back opening is faced on both sides with a placket.  The closures can be buttons and buttonholes or hooks and eyes.  The petticoat or skirt has a narrow waistband.  The bottom of the petticoat or skirt can be finished plain or with a ruffle attached to the bottom.  The ruffle can be 9 or 4 1/2 inches wide.  If desired for modern wear the placket at the center back can be omitted and replaced with a 7" zipper.  The petticoat is designed to fit under Pattern #101 Victorian Walking Skirt but can be worn under any walking skirt.

151 Petticoat for Walking Skirt in Three Lengths, with and without Train

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