This is a Making History pattern, by Nancy Farris Thee. Lined cloak with contrast lining, has capelet , loop and button closure and braid trim designs. Flared skirt has gathered back and pleated front with ribbon waistband, hook and eye closure. Lined bonnet with trim variations. Fur muff, lined to edge with ribbon loop. Purchased blouse, petticoat and change purse.
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