Folkwear Sewing Pattern Number 219
Pattern includes sizes 8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22
Pattern Condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions
~ Item for sale is a sewing pattern, not a finished garment ~
Folkwear presents four intimate possibilities of elegant lingerie from the 1920s and 1930s; a skimming camisole or "chemise-top"; sassy tap pants or "knickers"; a bias teddy-known in its time as "cami-knickers," "combinations," or "step-ins"; and a bias slip.
Today, the camisole, tap pants, and teddy can also go public for summer sportswear, and the slip in rich satin dressed up with jewelry and accessories, goes to dinner.
The straight Camisole buttons at center front and is drawn up above the bust by a ribbon through a self-casing It ends just below the waist, which can be drawn up by a ribbon through a casing.
The Tap Pants close at the side placket with snaps. Worn low on the waist, they fit smoothly over the hip and flare out delicately from the fullest point. Simple binding finishes the edges.
The bias cut of the Teddy gives a close fit with comfort-the best combination of all. Shaped facings finish the top; small buttoned inserts catch center front and back together at the crotch gusset.
The bias Slip extends the teddy's flattering bias cut to mid-knee.
Optional embellishment instructions include crocheted shoulder straps and top edge with beading on the camisole.
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