This is a digital pattern with instructions on how to sew a lovely and feminine lingerie set from 1929 WITHOUT USING A PAPER PATTERN! The instructions will make sense to an intermediate or above sewing enthusiast.
Instructions include how to make the garments in sizes 40" bust and smaller.
The pattern includes a straight camisole, basic step-ins (knickers) with optional bound side leg slits, elastic waist, and simple button closure at the crotch. The Cami and step-in can be joined at the waist to create a teddy if desired, or worn separately.
The bandeau is incredibly basic and is gathered at the center front and has bound edges.
The booklet contains a few pages of sewing and ornamentation lessons from the same era to help you make beautifully finished undergarments.
You will be able to sew a complete garment using this E-booklet, no printing required! Simply follow the easy diagram included that shows you where to cut a folded length of fabric to get the pattern pieces - all you need is a ruler.
One full length of 1 3/8 yards of 40" material makes one camisole, one set of step-ins, and one bra.
You might also be interested in our E-book "Underwear and Lingerie". It goes into great detail on lingerie sewing and finishing techniques including lace appliqué, closures, plackets, trimmings, straps and more: