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Late 1910s Girl Scout Uniform

  • PP126 Front
  • PP126 Back
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Product Description

This Late 1910s Girl Scout Uniform sewing pattern was originally published by The May Manton Pattern Company
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This pattern was manufactured by May Manton Fashion Co. circa 1917. We attempted to find the exact date of the pattern publication in the May Manton Fashion Co.'s catalogs, but none were found for the years 1917 through 1919. If you find a May Manton Fashion Co. catalog for those years, please contact Past Patterns so that we may finalize the research.

The only instructions for constructing the pattern were printed on the front side edge of the envelope in the statement, "For quantity of material, directions and diagrams for cutting see reverse side of envelope." No separate construction sheet was included with any of the three patterns. We have copied instructions from contemporary sewing books and added illustrations where they were needed. It is an easy pattern to sew. The details are left to the individual and historian who knows what this uniform should look like.
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This Scout Uniform pattern was designed to fit the size and shape of a late 1910s girl. Originally the sizes included in the package were for 10 years, 14 years and 18 years. Past Patterns graded the pattern for 12 years and 16 years. Now, the package works for bust sizes 30”-36”.

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Materials Required (all 45” fabric)
For the Long Coat
Ages 10-12 3 5/8 Yds
Ages 14-16 4 Yds
Age 18 4 ¾ Yds

For the Short Coat
Ages 10-12 2 ¾ Yds
Ages 14-16 2 7/8 Yds
Age 18 3 1/8 Yds

No fabric suggestions were on the envelope, but we know that Khaki was the main fabric used in Girl Scout uniforms from the era.

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