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Booklet for â€śOld and New Designs Crochet Corset Covers and Nightgown Yokes,â€ť by â€śSophie T. La Crois, Book No. 9, Price 10 Cents.â€ť Published by St. Louis Fancy Work Co., St. Louis, Mo. DATED: 1900.
Yoke crocheted in an open stitch with a diamond pattern, narrow pink satin ribbon woven in along the neckline and armholes and tied in a bow at the top of the right shoulder, bottom of left and center front. The yoke has no opening, crocheted in one piece.
crocheted in an open stitch with a floral pattern in different stitches. The yoke is open in the back and ties with crocheted strings with crocheted rings. It does not have armholes.
Full length robe in cream quilted silk satin w/a floral print and lined in soft pink silk satin. Ties at waist, self fabric belt, lined in pink satin w/tassels at each end of belt; wide notched collar, sleeves are full and gathered at the shoulder, one patch pocket on the right label: Textron. Circa 1940s.
Ivory silk satin full length negligee, cut on the bias and trimmed in ivory lace. Sleeveless w/attached ivory silk chiffon capelet and a tie at the back. DATE: Circa 1932.
Pastel lime green cotton dimity wrapper or dressing gown w/a headband. Dressing gown fastens at waist w/one snap and has a satin belt around the waist; it is trimmed in ecru lace around the entire border, the hem has two rows of the same lace stitched in a scalloped pattern the top right front and the hem area are decorated in hand embroidery in shades of orange and green w/white daisy-like flowers.Â The dressing gown may have been made from a kit as the lapel area has a mark â€śNo. 5521â€ťÂ and there is a small x at the waistline that may have indicated where the snaps should go and the pattern for the embroidery is clearly visible under the stitches.Â The headband is of the same fabric w/a small version of the same lace trim and identical embroidery.Â It would fasten across the back of the head w/the same pale green satin ribbon that is used at the waist. Circa: 1923.
Two piece set of red synthetic satin pajamas and quilted robe. Top short sleeved w/a pointed collar, 2 clear plastic buttons. Pants have a high waist and button at left side w/2 red buttons. Palazzo style with very full through the leg.Â The robe is lined in the same red satin, the outside is black quilted in an 1/2â€ť diamond pattern, robe wraps to tie at the waist and has a self fabric belt lined in the red satin. There is a wide shawl collar and one outside patch pocket on the right. Label: Rothley, Chicago and has the image of a red horse. Circa: 1948.