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1912 Kimono Dress


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This pattern won Sense and Sensibility’s 2004 Young Designers’ Contest. Miss Amanda Kastner designed her winning entry based upon fashion plates from 1911 and 1912, creating a kimono-style bodice with an optional inset. The overskirt can be made in a coordinating or contrasting color. This pattern is very easy to make and so comfortable to wear!
Sizes 6-26 all included, with instructions for “D” and “DD” sizing.
Instructions included for nursing mothers to make a nursing dress!
Easy style to dress up or down with fancy or everyday fabrics.
This pattern is rated “intermediate” because of the bodice inset, but a beginner should have little trouble creating a beautiful dress with limited help.
  • Model: 12-SS114

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 13 November, 2017.