Lily Jacket 1930's by Decades of Style
This vintage pattern from 1931 is truly exceptional. It is a waist length, unlined jacket with raglan sleeves. The jacket has quintessentially 1930s shaped seams and piecing - yet it looks right at home in the 21st century. The 3/4 length sleeve has a shaped hem to add even more to the timeless style of this jacket.There are 2 views: one with a tie closure at the center front waist; and one without the ties, featuring a double breasted button closure or no closure with the jacket front draped open.Choose a light to medium weight fabric. Linen, rayon, silks, challis, wool, light weight suiting. The front is self-lined so take this into consideration when choosing your fabric.
Pattern includes all 9 sizes.
Jacket notions: 1/2” double fold bias tape for binding edges. This binding is visible on the jacket so choose accordingly. Size A- 4 yards, Size B - 4 1/2 yards, Size C - 4 1/2 yards. If making your own binding, please purchase extra fabric (3/8 yard should be plenty).
Decades of Style are professionally made patterns from vintage designs. There are often fun and unusual pattern making techniques. Great instructions, printed on heavy paper!
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