Folkwear sewing pattern number 250.
Pattern includes sizes 8-10-12-14
Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions.
~ Item for sale is a sewing pattern, not a finished garment ~
Pants emerged as acceptable public attire for women in the early 1930s, largely due to the enormous influence of the movies and high-profile movie stars.
Folkwear offers three history-makers: Knickers, Trousers, and Shorts. The Knickers (c. 1931) feature a button-front fly closure and side pockets. They are pleated below the knee into shaped cuffs with button closures.
The straight silhouette of the Trousers (c. 1940) is created by a high, wide waistband, back darts, and front pleats. They have a zipper closure on the left side and an on-seam pocket on the right. Trousers fall gracefully straight from the fullest part of the hip to the ankle.
The Shorts (c. 1940) have a back zipper closure and inverted box pleats at the front and back for a smooth fit through the hip, releasing to add comfortable and flattering fullness at the legs.
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