1830 -1860s Ladies Round Dress (Pioneer): Camp Work, or Homestead Dress

Ladies Round Dress (Pioneer): Camp and Work – PP#803

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1830 -1860s Ladies Round Dress (Pioneer): Camp  Work, or Homestead Dress
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Ladies Round Dress (Pioneer): Camp and Work - PP#803

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Buy Round Dress – PP#803:

You are welcome to purchase your own fabrics and have them shipped to me or I can purchase them for you. If you would like to do your own purchasing of fabric and/or supplies I will then give you a fabric credit or credits for all supplies you have purchased for your gown. If you use a supply list given, I only charge for supplies that you do not purchase, labor and shipping remain the same.

Piping (right/outside) of neckline opening.

Finnished hemline and seams, inside/wrong side of a garment. Hems are done with a blind-stich on mashine. Hems can be done by hand, when requested.

Neckline Piping from the inside – finnishing the neckline so that no raw edges are seen.

Hook & Eye Sets

Hand-stitched into a dress opening.

This is done only on request for original, historical reproductuons.

Hand stitched hook and eye sets take approx. 6 hrs to complete an entire opening in the bodice of a dress.

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