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Advance 825; ca. early 1930s; Women's and Misses' Blouse. In the important short length that Paris favors - this model is the perfect complement to the new skirts and suits. Decorative seaming forms a panel detail in the front, and the collarless V-shaped neckline is finished with a soft bow detail. Note how cleverly the peplum is fitted with tiny seams. Long sleeves are perforated for short ones with seaming detail.
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==Links to reviews/blog posts==
 
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==Sources/Vendors==
 
==Sources/Vendors==
 
* [https://www.etsy.com/listing/164295291/1930s-advance-sewing-pattern-825 anne8865]
 
* [https://www.etsy.com/listing/164295291/1930s-advance-sewing-pattern-825 anne8865]
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==Gallery==
 
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==Wishlist==
 
==Wishlist==
 
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[[Category:Vintage Sewing Patterns]]
 
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[[Category:Advance]]
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[[Category:1930s]]
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[[Category:Blouses]]
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[[Category:Overblouses]]
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[[Category:Dart fitted]]
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[[Category:Panel Seaming]]
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[[Category:Seam Interest]]
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[[Category:Collarless]]
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[[Category:Tie Ends]]
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[[Category:V Neckline]]
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[[Category:Bow]]
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[[Category:Peplum]]
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[[Category:Long Sleeves]]
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[[Category:Short Sleeves]]
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[[Category:Dart tucks]]

Revision as of 16:52, 30 September 2013

Advance 825

Advance 825; ca. early 1930s; Women's and Misses' Blouse. In the important short length that Paris favors - this model is the perfect complement to the new skirts and suits. Decorative seaming forms a panel detail in the front, and the collarless V-shaped neckline is finished with a soft bow detail. Note how cleverly the peplum is fitted with tiny seams. Long sleeves are perforated for short ones with seaming detail.

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