1920s dress pattern

Create your own vintage style with these classic and elegant 1920s dress patterns. Discover the perfect pattern to make a stunning and authentic 1920s outfit for any occasion.
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In 2009 I was asked to help judge the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals/Threads Challenge. The challenge that year was all about seams. Judging was blind, meaning that the names of the contestants were removed from the final garments, only numbers were attached. For the judging, we were supposed to have a dressform, but none was available, so guess what!!!, I became the dressform! It was such a great experience and I loved seeing the creativity and ingenuity of the garments. The…

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Claudia Miller
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I received a few questions about how exactly to control the side extensions/hip fullness when sewing the 1920's 1 hour dress, so today I decided to break out the muslin and put together three samples to talk about how to sew this section in more detail! It's a good thing I did too, as I discovered just how annoying I find doing the side gathers, but I'll talk about that when we get to it... Here are the three styles of controlling the hip fullness I will cover today. On the left of the stack…

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Jude Hagerty
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Getting ready for a full year of 1920s Gatsby themed events means turning my sewing room into a 1920s fashion house. Flapper dresses, day dresses, house frocks, aprons, coats, and simple slips are all in the plans for this year. I might even make 1920s clothes for my husband. The first step to making a

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Bethaney Brewer Stewart