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Section A: Making Tucks in Fabric


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SECTION A: Method of pre-tucking the fabric yardage as described in Steps 1(a) through 1(j) of the Sewing Instructions, pattern 1912-A-003.

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Section B: Constructing side/underarm seams


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SECTION B: Steps in constructing the Edwardian underarm/sleeve/bodice side seam (Step 8 of the Sewing Instructions, pattern #1912-A-003). CLICK on this photo to open album. CLICK on any picture to enlarge it.

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Section C: Sample Photos-finished blouse


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SECTION C: Photos of different versions made from this pattern #1912-A-003. Click on any photo to see details.

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Random files - 1912-A-003 (Ladies' Fancy Batiste Blouse)
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1 viewsWith "Tulip Skirt" (pattern #1912-A-010)
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2 viewsThe pattern includes the optional matching fabric belt (purchased button trim).
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17 viewsRead the annotations on each photo describing the steps involved in sewing these seams.

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0 viewsThe finished blouse, in lightweight cotton batiste, from the back (with self-fabric belt).
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0 viewsThe classic version of this blouse, in lightweight batiste, as it would have been made in 1912.
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Last additions - 1912-A-003 (Ladies' Fancy Batiste Blouse)
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2 viewsThis blouse goes beautifully under the Cape-Jacket/Mantelet (Pattern #1912-A-006. Aug 27, 2017
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1 viewsAnother version of Mantelet #1912-A-006 worn with this blouse #1912-A-003. Aug 27, 2017
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0 viewsThis design has the "pigeon-breasted" blousing at bottom typical of late Edwardian garments. Aug 27, 2017
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1 viewsWith "Tulip Skirt" (pattern #1912-A-010)Aug 27, 2017
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2 viewsAug 27, 2017
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2 viewsThe pattern includes the optional matching fabric belt (purchased button trim).Aug 27, 2017
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2 viewsThe blouse is adjusted below the waist with a tie, as it was in the original design. This keeps the pigeon-breasted arrangement nicely in place under a skirt waistband. Aug 27, 2017