"Ladies' one-piece wrap-around house dress with long or short sleeves and optional embroidery design". Detailed illustrated directions. Pattern dates circa 1925-1926. Suggested fabrics: House dresses were made of gingham, chambray, striped madras, cotton poplin, linen finished cotton and percale. The colors were blue, grey, tan, lavender, blue-plaid, pink-plaid, pink-check, blue-check and black-and-white-check.
Ladies' Tie-on or Button-on Kimono: Circa 1921. This pattern was published by The McCall Pattern Company. Originally the pattern was described as "Ladies' tie-on or button-on kimono. Originally designed as a maternity dress." Detailed directions. Pattern dates circa 1921. Suggested fabrics: Kimonos were made of cotton crepe, beacon, corduroy, tussah, blanket cloth, and stout. The colors were navy blue, dark green, black, taupe, dark wine, and dark brown.
Ladies' One-Piece Kitchen Apron: Circa 1910 Size: 36" Bust This pattern was published by Peerless Patterns. It is a very simple pattern consisting of the apron, cut on the fold, and the pocket. It buttons at the back neck with one button. Suggested fabrics: Aprons were made of white cotton percale, woven ginghams and printed cottons. Woven gingham colors were blue-plaid, blue and white check and black-and-white-check.
Ladies' Five-Gored Suspender Skirt with high waistline and in the regulation or shorter length. Having inverted plait or habit back and made with or without the plain suspenders, or suspender bodice. Closing at center-back. Minimal directions. Pattern dates circa 1915-1916. Suggested fabrics: Faille, broadcloth, corduroy, and woolen fabrics. The colors were pale cream, khakis, blue.