Sewing details: Included are pattern pieces and instructions for making a crinoline, also called a hoopskirt (shown on the left), and/or a petticoat (on the right). Both of these garments are the waist-down items; the models (and drawings on the instructions) are also wearing a chemise or something, which is not included in this pattern.
From the Martha McCain "Fashion Historian" line.
Size: Misses' 6, 8, 10, 12
Measurements: Bust 30-1/2" to 34"; waist 23" to 26-1/2"; hip (9" below waist) 32-1/2" to 36"; back-neck to waist length 15-1/2" to 16-1/4"
Copyright date: 2001
Condition: Complete, uncut and in original folds. Envelope has a bit of storage wear.
Instructions are always present unless stated otherwise (it's pretty rare to find them missing.)
Please note that this listing is for a sewing pattern (patron de couture; patron de costura; modello di cucitura; Schnittmuster; naaipatroon), not for any finished item or items.
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Returns & exchanges
Satisfaction guarantee: I check all cut patterns I list, unless otherwise stated. I don't unfold patterns that, upon close inspection, look to be complete and uncut. However, your satisfaction is fully guaranteed in case I am ever wrong about the completeness of a pattern, or about any important consideration regarding any item. If you ever have even a small problem with anything you've bought from me, please let me know -- I'll do my best to make it right!
Additionally, I offer my own safe-shipping guarantee (items damaged in shipping may need to be returned to me before reimbursement). This means there's never a need for the buyer to pay for insurance for an inexpensive purchase.
In the rare event that an item is lost in transit, I (or the buyer) need(s) to file a claim with USPS in order to be reimbursed. This has only happened once in all the years I've been selling and shipping.
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