Sewing Pattern – 1903 Edwardian Era Plain Blouse Pattern. Multisized 32-58″ Bust. This lovely Edwardian Blouse or Shirtwaist would make an elegant modern blouse or beautiful living history garment. Sizes 32-58″ bust included in this one pattern. The plain blousewaist was a very popular style for 1903. It was especially suited to lace, battenburg, or fine fabrics, as the simple cut lets the fabric show itself off. It has a high neck with band collar, to which a stock collor could be buttoned. This pattern has two styles of stock collar: a simple round collar and a stylish pointed collar. The front is without gathers or yoke at the shoulders, but has the generous pouch at the front waist, which helps define the “pigeon breast” look of the period. The sleeves are in bishop shape, with fullness at the back of the wrist, and pointed tabs on the cuffs. A “skirt” holds the pouch in perfect shape, and tucks under the dress skirt. The button closure is in the center back. This blouse is perfectly suited to be worn over the TVE01 Edwardian Corset. Fabric: 60″ Fabric 3 1/4 yards – all sizes. 44/45″ 3/12 yards up to 38″ bust. Over 38″ bust, 4 yards. 1/4 yard interlining, all sizes. For interlining for Stock Collar, use a firmly woven fabric like broadcloth, Silesia, or light twill.
Notions: Button for closure, hook/eyes for collar.
Sewing Pattern – 1903 Edwardian Era Plain Blouse Pattern. Multisized 32-58″ Bust.
Great for Victorian, Edwardian, Western, SASS, Wild West, Western Expansion, Civil War and modern sewing Impressiosn
Excellent for Edwardian Blouses, Edwardian Dresses, Titanic Era Blouses, Wild West Dresses, Western Expansion Dresses and Blouses, SASS Impression
Excellent for SASS, Western Expansion, Titanic Era, Turn of the Century, Post-Victorian Era
This pattern has two styles of stock collar: a simple round collar and a stylish pointed collar.