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8888-8851 — LADIES' Coat Suit. Comprising
Ladies' Jacket pattern 8883 and Ladies' Skirt
pattern 8851. Blue and white checked suiting
is here shown, with white for the body of the
coat. The skirt is cut with a panel front,
lengthened by extensions of the side gores.
The back forms a double box plait. The jacket
is cut in hip length, with side front and side
back seams thut extend to the shoulders. A
two piece and a one piece coat sleeve is pro
vided in the pattern. The coat pattern is cut
in six sizes, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust
measure. The skirt is cut iv five sizes, 22, 24,
26, 28 and 30 inches waist measure. It requires
nine yards of 44 inch material for the medium
size. This illustration calls for two separate
patterns which will be mailed to any address
on receipt of 10c for each pattern in silver or
8710—Child's Kimono Coat. Pique is used ex
tensively for coats of thin kind but pongee or
light weight serge will be equally appropriate.
The free edges on collar and sleeve may be em
broidered or braid trimmed. The coat Is box
shaped with a seam under the arms at the cen
ter back and a sleeve and shoulder seam in one.
Pattern is cut in four sizes, 2, 4, C and 8 years
and requires:% yards of 20 inch material for
the six year size. Pattern of this illustration
mailed to any address on receipt of 10c in
stamps or silver.
No. 602. SHIRT WAIST SET.
This conventional Wild Rose design will de-
velop well la buttonhole and eyelet embroid
ery. It ie sold stamped on 2\i yards linen for
$1.75; on good quality lawn $1.00; perforated
pattern 25c; transfer pattern 10c. A skirt panel
to match this design will be found under 504
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No. 501. SHIRT WAIST SET,
Very artistic and appropriate. Combined
with design 503, a skirt panel, this model wilj
make a very effective gown. The pattern is
adapted for solid or eyelet embroidery. Stamp*
ed on 'iYi yards linen, price $1.75: stamped on
lVi yards of lawn $1.00; perforated pattern 25c;
transfer pattern 10c.
8481—Ladies' Over Blouse. Figured popliu
in wisteria shade with trimming of velvet
ribbon in darker tones was used for thiH detigu.
A guimpe of nt't, lace or silk may be worn with
it. The fronts and back show gruops of tucks
and the cap sleeve portion is likewise finished
with tuokH. The pattern is cut in six sizes, 32
to 43 inches bust measure. Pattern of this illus
tration will be mailed to any address on receipt
of 10c in silver or stamps.
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9392 —Ladies' a ikon, a practical pleasing
model. This neat and comfortable model may
be made of gingham, percale, lawn or cambric.
The bretelle portions extend below the belt
forming spacious pockets over the skirt. The
pattern is cut in three Bizes, large, medium and
small. It requires h-y H yards of 27 inch mater
ial for a medium size. Pattern of this illustra.
tion mailed to any address on receipt of 10c in
silver or stamps.
TO PATTERN BUYERS
We wish the ladies would remember
that we order our patterns from
Chicago, so don't expect your order
to be filled in less than 10 days.
9388 — Ladies' Dressing ok House Sack.
A simple) but pleasing negligee. Scotch
flannel in a pretty shade of pink was used for
this design. The free edges of collar and cuff's
are finished with embroidery in self color. The
design is suitable for silk, crepe, flannel or
flannelette. The pattern is cut in six sizes, :!2,
34.36,38, 40 and 42 Incheß bust measure. It re
quires 1% yards of 44 inch material for a 36 inch
size. Pattern of this illustration mailed to any
address on receipt of 10c in silver or stamps.
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