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      Dawn & Gill

        1920s Men's Housecoat, Dressing Gown or Bathrobe

        Dating from the 1920s this dressing gown or bathrobe is very reminiscent of Noel Coward and a Gentleman’s Club. With all the details you could want on a housecoat; button front closure; long sleeves with turn-back cuffs; tie belt; shawl collar; and patch pockets! Comfort never looked so good.

        Offered here as: Digital Download (how to print and assemble). This pattern is also available as a Paper Pattern.

        Size Guide

        Chest: 42” (106.7cm)
        Waist: 32”(81.3cm)

        Length at lower edge: 1 7/8 yds.

        Sewing Notions

        Matching thread.

        Fabric Amount Guide

        27” wide Without nap, 7 1/8 yds.
        54” wide Without nap, 3 5/8 yds.
        72” wide Without nap, 2 5/8 yds.

        3/8” is allowed on all seam-edges for finishing. All seams are indicated by broken lines, all cutting lines by continuous heavy lines. A blank margin surrounds every piece, making it easier to cut accurately. Every mark is important for the construction, so before removing the Pattern from the material, mark carefully with tracking wheel, tailor’s chalk or thread markings.

        Some common imperial to metric fabric conversions:

        35" (89 cm) , 36" (91.5 cm), 39" (99.1 cm), 44"
        (111.8 cm), 45" (114.3 cm), 1 yd. (91.5 cm)

        1” (25.4 mm), 3/4” (19 mm), 3/8” (9.6 mm), 1/2” (12.7 mm), 1/4 “ (6.4 mm)

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        What You Will Receive

        After purchase, you will receive an email with a link to simply download at home, formatted for both 8.5"x11" Letter and A4 printing. This digital download will print actual size, full scale pattern pieces.