1922
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Delineator August, 1922 pg. 28
#3869

Wide sleeves are original and flaunt a facing to match the long shawl collar of this one-piece dress. The side closing marshals the pockets to the right, and the low waistline may have an arrangement of elastic in a casing or the dress may be made with a blouse body lining. The sleeves may be of the one or two seam variety. The bordered effect is a happy thought for a linen dress. For this type of dress use heavy silk crepes, heavy crepe de Chine, charmeuse, crepe satin, linen, cotton ratine, linen-finished cottons, etc.
A 36 bust will require 3 1/2 yards of 36 inch linen and 3/4 yard of 36 inch contrasting material.
The lower edge measures 1 1/2 yard.
The dress is good for ladies 32 to 48 bust. It is as becoming for misses.


Delineator August, 1922 pg. 28
#3843

The Quaker-girl air of this dress is doubtless due to the collar and cuffs. The arrangement of a two-piece skirt in one with the front and back gives a panel effect, and the inside pocket is an added attraction. The dress slips on over the head and may have a blouse body lining. An embroidery design endeavors to convert the fabric into a plaid. Work this design in one-stitch or bugle beads. Suitable materials are line, linen-finished cottons, plain cottons, gingham with chambray, cotton prints with plain cottons, etc.
A 36 bust will require 2 3/8 yards of 36 inch linen (with tuck seam at the back), 1 1/4 yard of 40 inch cotton crepe and 1/4 yard of 36 inch contrasting linen.
The lower edge measures about 52 inches.
The dress is nice for ladies 32 to 44 bust.

Delineator May 1922, pg. 25
#3685
#3520

In town and out one will have many occasions for a suit like this. The coat is new and blouses softly under the narrow tie-belt. The slash pockets make it additionally smart. The two-piece skirt is a straight style with the waistline raised 1 ¼ inch. A trimming band may be used at the hem line. Wool crepes, soft twills, homespun, silk crepes, sports silks, and crepe de Chine are suitable materials for the suit.
36 bust and 38 hip require 3 yards of 54 inch homespun for the suit and 1/4 yard of 54 inch broadcloth for the cuffs. Lower edge of skirt 52 1/2 inches.
This coat is smart for ladies 32 to 44 inches bust, and also for misses. The skirt is for ladies 35 to 47 1/2 inches hip measure.

Delineator August, 1922 pg. 28
#3871

Gingham does the unexpected on the body of this dress which slips on over the head. The dress may have a blouse body lining if desired. Bright pansy faces are appliquéd at the waistline. The design should be worked in a combination of beading or French-knot embroidery and one-stitch or bugle-beads. Silk crepes, crepe de Chine, crepe voile, fine cotton crepe or foulard all one material, with body of a harmonizing color or a figured with plain material, are suitable material; or use crepe meteor or crepe satin, all one side of the material or combining dull and shiny surfaces, crepe jersey in two colors or with a body of silk crepe, etc.
A 36 bust will require 2 yards of 36 inch silk gingham, including material for trimming and binding, and 1 3/8 yard of 36 inch plain white silk.
The lower edge of the dress is 63 inches.
The dress is attractive for ladies 32 to 44 bust.

Delineator May, 1922 pg. 26
#3713
#3561

Any girl wearing this one-piece frock in jumper style can come off victor of the match. The dress slips over the head and the guimpe with detachable collars has a normal or low waistline. It can be made without sleeves and worn with bright sweater, suits or dresses. Use homespun, tweed, sports flannel, gingham, etc., for the dress. For the guimpe use crepe de Chine, plain net, etc., with body of net.
36 bust requires 2 yards of 54 inch wool jersey and ¼ yard of 54 inch contrasting for bonding, 3/4 yard of 32 inch dimity for collar, sleeves, cuffs and bosom of guimpe, and 5/8 yard of 36 inch material for guimpe body. Lower edge 54 1/2 inches.
The dress is good for ladies 32 to 48 bust and nice for misses. The guimpe is nice for ladies 32 to 46 bust and good for misses.

Delineator May, 1922 pg. 26
#3683

Strap panels are most effective and economical sort of trimming for this frock. This dress, with a straight skirt joined to a long body, slips on over the head and may have a blouse body lining. Make the dress of wool jersey, crepe jersey, sports silks in plain colors, silk crepes, or crepe de Chine all one color or in tow colors, or of crepe jersey with body of silk crepe, etc. The panels are covered with embroidery. Work the design in a combination of outline or chain-stitch and one-stitch embroidery.
36 bust requires 3 7/8 yards of 40 inch silk crepe and 3/4 yard of 40 inch contrasting color silk crepe for binding and lining the strap panels. Lower edge of dress 54 inches.
The dress is good for ladies 32 to 44 inches bust measure.

Delineator July, 1922 pg. 28
#3817

Summer clothes show a gay tattoo of brilliant designs, sometimes all over the long body as on this dress which is a slip-over type. Embroidery again appears on panels which with the straight skirt join the body at a low waistline. If desired, you may omit the blouse body lining. A series of scrolls and diamond-shaped patterns forms the embroidery design. Work it in a combination of one-stitch or bugle bead embroidery and outline stitch. Use silk crepes, crepe de Chine, crepe meteor, crepe satin, taffeta, etc., or use silk crepe in two colors, etc.
A 36 bust size requires 3 7/8 yards of crepe de Chine 40 inches wide. The lower edge of the dress is 54 inches.
The dress is good for ladies 32 to 44 inches bust measure.

Delineator March, 1922 pg. 28
#3601

Cascade draperies on a straight skirt are responsible for the uneven hem line. The long body, which joins the skirt at a low line, may have a body lining marked for a camisole top. The wide sleeves are sewed to the front and back, giving the effect of a deep armhole. Both sleeves and body are embroidered in scroll patterns. They may be done in a combination of one-stitch and bead or French knot embroidery. Make entirely of silk-crepe fabrics, crepe de Chine or wool crepes; use crepe meteor, crepe satin, foulard, etc.
36 bust requires 2 7/8 yards of crepe satin 40 inches wide and 1 1/4 yard of Georgette 40 inches wide.
Lower edge 54 inches.
This dress is becoming to ladies 32 to 44 bust.

Delineator April, 1922 pg. 28
#3637

There are many reasons why this dress is successful. The kimono body has added to itself flaring sleeves, and the uneven hem line is accomplished by extending the loose panels below the straight skirt. The low waistline is adorned with a fabric flower. The body lining may be finished in camisole outline or omitted entirely. Use silk crepes, crepe de Chine, Georgette, silk voile in one or two colors, navy blue with gray, brown with tan, etc. Crepe satin and crepe meteor are effective, combining the dull and shiny sides, or foulard with Georgette.
36 bust requires 3 1/4 yards 36 inch foulard silk for the dress, and 1 3/8 yard of 40 inch Georgette for sleeves and panels. Lower edge 54 inches.
This dress is attractive for ladies 32 to 44 inches bust.

Delineator January, 1922 pg. 27
#3462
#3428

The gift of the tunic blouse to turn itself into a very smart costume has endeared it to the feminine heart. This one emphasizes its new sleeve by a wide shoulder and a very deep armhole. At the waistline a soft blousing can be obtained by an elastic in a casing. If the dress is transparent, a slip should be worn with it, but the heavier materials call only for a skirt. Use crepe de Chine, silk-crepe fabrics, etc., in a single color, in two colors or combine a figured blouse with plain sleeves.
Lower edge of slip 52 inches.
The blouse, 3462, requires for a 36 bust 3 ¾ yards of silk crepe 40 inches wide. The slip, 3428, requires for a 36 bust 2 1/8 yards of crepe meteor 40 inches wide.
The tunic blouse is pretty for ladies 32 to 44 bust; it is also nice for misses. The slip is becoming to ladies 32 to 44 bust.

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