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simplicity 2305; ©1948; waist 24″: this original 40s simplicity, 1948 dirndl skirt pattern is one of my favorite designs. it’s in a small size but easily enlarged. a pattern to make a cozy and soft everyday skirt. originally designed for fall, this would also look great for summer in a khadi or lightweight woven plaid. a beautiful full skirt with deep pockets, this style is perfect for romantic and femme dressing.

the gathered skirt features a front pleat and huge patch pockets on the side front. a back opening finishes the skirt, which joins to a waistband.

pieces: 5; printed; discoloring; cut w pinking sheers
instruction sheet: pinholes
envelope: pinholes; discoloring on edges; good.
pls see photos for quality.

waist…. 24″….61cm

*this is an original vintage pattern and comes in this size only. paper sewing patterns are perishable goods, it is often difficult to find  a proper working pattern in the perfect size, sometimes it’s impossible. that’s where I can help, if you need a guide to resizing skirt patterns – write me at checkout and I will send a tutorial with your package.

54″x 2Yds
137cm x1.8M

velveteen, corduroy, crepe, chambray, broadcloth, shantung, taffetta, etc.

· this 1948 dirndl skirt pattern is listed in “blueprints of fashion – home sewing patterns of the 1940s” by wade laboissonniere on page 125 (top left).


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