1950's Blouse, Shorts and Skirt #5149 in Any Size

1950's Blouse, Shorts and Skirt #5149 in Any Size vintage sewing pattern at Mrsdepew.com.
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This is a digital draft-at-home pattern for a French beach set from 1950. The blouse features very interesting cap sleeves that leave the shoulder bare; they are cut in one with the blouse itself. The dart-fitted shorts can be made with or without pockets and can be covered by the gathered skirt for a two-piece dress look.


Fabric: 2.25 meters of 140 cm wide (2 1/2 yards of 55”) or 3.5 meters 100 cm wide (3 7/8 yards 40” wide).

Fabric requirements given are for a 98 cm bust average. More or less may be required depending on the size you choose to draft.

1950's Blouse, Shorts and Skirt #5149 in Any Size vintage sewing pattern at Mrsdepew.com.

This is a pattern from a French pattern drafting system fairly similar to the Lutterloh golden rule patterns. You will be able to draft a pattern to your exact size from the miniature pattern template and specially designed rulers. To draft any of these special patterns to doll, children, and adult sizes is easy. Rulers are available to draft the pattern as small as a 5 1/2" bust to as large as a 60" bust and the pattern will be scaled perfectly every time. ALL RULERS ARE INCLUDED WITH THESE PATTERNS.

The pattern includes basic markings that show you how they fit together, and indications such as dotted lines for cutting on the fold. I have included several pages of drafting instructions that I have translated from the original French personally. The illustrated instructions show you how to easily draw your pattern pieces from the miniature pattern template using your special ruler. 

These patterns were marketed originally to both home seamstresses and professionals alike and assume that you have a basic understanding of clothing construction. The original patterns DO NOT include any sewing instructions. To sew these, you should have a basic understanding of how pattern pieces should fit together. The pattern pieces are illustrated in such a way that you can see how they are supposed to be sewn to each other.

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: These patterns might be a bit difficult for the beginner but an intermediate level home seamstress will most likely have little trouble.

For a complete tutorial on drafting your pattern including photos, check out this blog post.QUESTIONS? Check out our draft-at-home patterns FAQ page.


What you will need:

Paper (I use large tracing paper but butcher paper, muslin fabric, wrapping paper etc all work great!)

Pencil


    

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