New Pattern Time!! Introducing “Dahlia”- 1940’s Blouse Pattern

I’m so excited to share with you what I’ve been working on!!



Introducing Dahlia- 1940’s Blouse Pattern!
Now available in mailed print pattern here:
Or print-at-home e-pattern here!


These extremely elegant blouses from circa 1940 are suitable for looks from 1938-1941, until fabric rationing was in place for World War II. These blouses can transition into your wardrobe as a stand alone blouse to mix and match, or can create the look of a two-piece dress when a skirt is made in matching fabric.

Choose from a crossover front, button front, or V neck blouse, and mix and match with short, 3/4 length, or long sleeves. These transition easily from season to season based on your fabric choice, and the classic lines of these blouses will be suitable for wear in the modern world, as well as period correct for vintage attire.

 These blouses are in vintage WOMEN’S Sizing from 30″ bust to 46″ bust, all in one size packet.

Misses, Juniors, or Plus Sizes may require alterations to fit correctly.

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When worn with a long skirt, this has the appearance of an evening gown!dahlia2web

The button front blouse makes quite an elegant statement.dahlia1web

When mixed with modern separates, it creates a fun vintage throwback look, too!

Hope you love the new pattern!!  Please help me out by passing on the word, if you think you’d have friends who would like it, too :)

4 Comments on New Pattern Time!! Introducing “Dahlia”- 1940’s Blouse Pattern

  1. PepperReed
    December 7, 2013 at 8:13 am (11 years ago)

    <3 This!! What a great, stylish pattern! Definitely going on my Christmas wish list…

  2. Brigid Boyer
    December 7, 2013 at 1:10 pm (11 years ago)

    Oh, what an absolutely LOVELY pattern! I definitely have found something to add to my after-Christmas shopping list! Wonderful!

  3. Isis
    December 7, 2013 at 9:25 pm (11 years ago)

    I’m exited as well, it is exacly a pattern that I have been looking for! I bought the e-pattern yesterday. :)

  4. Siri Andersen
    December 8, 2013 at 10:40 am (11 years ago)

    Oh Lauren, it is absolutely gorgeous!!!

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