Well Martha's pattern which I finally printed in its entirety, twenty nine pages not including pictures. I have been searching for a pattern similar to this for a very long time so when I saw the pattern on Martha's web site I was ecstatic.
I must warn you. If you're not an experienced seamstress the directions will probably mess you up. However if you're familiar with sewing and comfortable sewing sleeves it's no biggy. However after reading the reviews for this pattern I repeatedly read where folks were having issues with the sleeves. I can save you peasant shirt sleeve heartache by saying. When you get to the step to sew the sleeves. Simply piece your sleeve onto front then back, match the notches and repeat that process for the other side of garment. Don't sew the front and back together first. Afer sewing in the sleeves you can close the sides and add elastic to neck and arms depending on which size you choose. Then a hem in the bottom. This was a prototype so I used modge podge fabric. I kind of like the look.
New soaps being brewed and feed sack sachets filling the table.
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