>New Pattern! 1930s Beach Pyjamas and Eton Jacket


It’s new pattern time!  I’m very happy to announce the latest pattern I have been working on!
Just in time for summer sewing is the newest addition.
This pattern is suitable for looks from the early to mid 1930s.  These pyjamas (or pajamas) are as chic to wear for the seaside, on the boardwalk, or by the poolside as they are for the boudoir.  In cottons and linens they are cool summer wear.  In satins and silks these pajamas are glamorous for the hostess or for lounging.
The sleeveless pajamas have an open neckline accented by a two piece collar.  The loose fit of the pajamas can be cinched in at the waist by using ties that can be applied by stitching at the side fronts or by creating a slit opening and passing the belt through.  The ties create a bow at the center back.  The back of the pajamas button up.  These pajamas have very wide legs, the opening of the size 16 (bust 34) at the lower edge of the leg is 1 3/4 yards.
This pattern also includes a short sleeved cropped Eton Jacket, or bolero.
 This pattern is multisize with three sizes per packet- Bust 30-32-34, Bust 36-38-40, and Bust 42-44-46
This is the first pattern to offer a Size Pack C!  All sizes are Misses Sizes.
This pattern is now available in my store.
Many thanks to Nicole of Paper Moon Vintage, Kat of GoForKat Makeup Artistry, and Allison Barcenas Photography for the collaboration on these photos!

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