Gigot Sleeve Suit - Multi-Sized Pattern PDF or Print

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PATD19 ~ Gigot or Leg O'Mutton Sleeve Suit (c. 1890s)
Jacket with collar and wide sleeves and a long skirt with fitted waist.

Options to order:
1.  PDF File to download and print  from your own computer
2.  Printed in black and white and mailed to you - shipping will apply

Pattern multi-sized for two popular 18" Dolls Sizes 
~ for American Girl Dolls and
~ for the slim Carpatina Dolls and Kidz n Cats
This professionally made sewing pattern includes photos and instructions.


The gigot sleeve, also called the leg o'mutton sleeve, was named for its resemblance to a sheep's hind leg: wide at the top and narrow at the bottom. This dramatic style of sleeve was first seen on women's dresses in the sixteenth century but became a very popular style during the late 1820s and early 1830s, a romantic period that favored flamboyant styles. 
The gigot sleeve came into style again during the 1890s as part of the fashionable hourglass figure, for which women were supposed to be wide at the shoulders and bust, narrow at the waist, and wide at the hips. 

Difficulty Level: Medium 

Materials Needed
- 3/4 yard main fabric also used as self lining
- 6 decorative buttons
- 3 Snaps for closure
- Matching threads

Dress forms available here 

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