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Hollywood #1696; c.1945: b30” or b34”; a great pattern for creating your own peignoir or dressing gown. The highneck can be altered and sleeves lengths easily changed. I have also seen these often with lace yokes. Peignoirs, classically seen in 30s-40s films were almost always sheer and had matching sleeveless nightgowns. The front can also be stitched closed to create a nightgown or nightshirt.

This pattern is for a peignoir or short nightshirt, “Sew-Simple”. Straight front and back yoke. Collarless high round neckline. Self ruffle trimming novelty edging or ribbon run beading. Long sleeves with drawstring gathers at wrists and very short puff sleeves.

MEASUREMENTS: 12:
bust….30″……76cm
hip……35″…….89cm

QUALITY:
pieces: 7 perforated; pencil
instruction: repairs;
envelope: repairs to prevent further tearing;

please see photos for quality.
pattern includes an archival sleeve /bag for storage.

YARDAGE (v.3):
39″x2-1/2Yds
130cmx1.8M

NOTIONS:
thread; 3 or 6 buttons

MATERIAL:
not specified but peignoirs were made in sheers or semi-sheer of silk, nylon or rayon. nightgowns could also be made of silk-cotton, cotton voile, rayon or silk satin.

 

 

 

MEASUREMENTS: 16:
bust…..34″…..86cm
hip…….37″…94cm

QUALITY:
pieces: 7 perforated; possibly unused; slight sign of use on 1 piece; good condition.
instruction: appears unused.
envelope: fine.

please see photos for quality.
pattern includes an archival sleeve /bag for storage.

YARDAGE (v.3):
39″x2-5/8Yds
100cmx2.4M

NOTIONS:
thread; 3 or 6 buttons

MATERIAL:
not specified but peignoirs were made in sheers or semi-sheer of silk, nylon or rayon. nightgowns could also be made of silk-cotton, cotton voile, rayon or silk satin.

 

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robe

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1940s

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b30"

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hollywood

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boudoir

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