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Furr homespun dress full back view

Furr homespun dress full back view

Maggie May Clothing- Historical Attire for Ladies and their Children

Furr Homespun Dress, worn in American South, loose fitting bodice with slightly elevated waist, skirt gathered into waistband, one piece dress

Work dress.  I like the construction of the bodice for ease of movement, and simple construction.

"Infant bodice" with yoke. Very good option for comfortable working dress for women (despite the name!) from Jenny Jones board

In the Swan's Shadow: PRINTED DIMITY DAY DRESS, 1860s

Printed Dimity Day Dress, via Augusta Auctions.

Dress  http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/80065044?rpp=20=8=20120725=*=A.D.+1800-1900=Costume%7cDresses=141#

Dress, materials not listed (appears to be printed silk taffeta), American. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no.

civil war dresses | Green Plaid Civil War Dress

I made it more than a year ago with some turquoise and tan plaid homespun .

1860's simple day dresses.

KSMF - Red and plum zigzag striped cotton dress (American), circa Need to find out if this is a basque style bodice belted or a skirt with embellishment.If the prior, may need to consider for basque/shkirt set.

Dress  1860  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ensemble - 1860 - British - pina cloth, silk - Metropolitan Museum of art - - Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

This reminds me of the blue/grey cotton dress I have currently... may take some inspiration from this to "de-farb" it even more... {SF_Conservation: Lovely 1860's blue silk wedding]

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This reminds me of the blue/grey cotton dress I have currently. may take some inspiration from this to "de-farb" it even more.

A printed cotton day dress, circa 1855, with roller-printed design of small blue flowerheads and foliage, fan pleats falling from the shoulders coverge into shirring at the front waist, flounces to sleeves and skirt, KerryTaylor Auctions

A printed cotton day dress, circa with roller-printed design of small blue flowerheads and foliage, fan pleats falling from the shoulders coverge into shirring at the front waist, flounces to sleeves and skirt, KerryTaylor Auctions

Dress, printed cotton lined with linen in bodice, date given as c. 1867-69, American. Kennt State University Museum accession no. 1996.058.0268

Dress, printed cotton lined with linen in bodice, date given as c. Kennt State University Museum accession no.

Printed cotton dress, V, ca. 1814

Dress Place of origin: Britain, United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1814 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Printed cotton Credit Line: Given by Messrs Harrods Ltd Museum number: Gallery location: In Storage

1860s slightly faded purple dress.  Calico buttons are a blue pattern.  Bodice lining closes with hooks & eyes while dress front has button closure.

slightly faded purple dress. Calico buttons are a blue pattern. Bodice lining closes with hooks & eyes while dress front has button closure.

Dress  1890s  Goldstein Museum of Design

Dress Goldstein Museum of Design

Ensemble: Cotton work dress and coordinating shawl c.1862

Ensemble: Cotton work dress and coordinating shawl

Woman’s Dress, c. 1855-60 American Blue and light brown printed cotton Gift by contributions, 1946.288 This printed cotton dress represents a typical day dress of the 1850s. Slave labor in the South and underpaid mill workers in the North made it possible for consumers to purchase a wide range of inexpensive cotton fabrics in the antebellum era. The war, however, dramatically reduced the availability of southern cotton, which in 1860 accounted for 75 percent of the world’s supply. Northern…

American Blue and light brown printed cotton dress represents a typical day dress of the

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