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1920s Flapper Dress Pattern

In 1924 a famous magazine at the time showed how you could make an amazing-quality dress in an hour or so. However, with improvements in modern clothing and technology you can learn how to make a dress in 34 minutes or less! That is all that it takes to make a 1920s-style flapper dress You will be the envy of everyone around you and have the best clothing of anyone that you know, because you were able to make it yourself, with all of the specifications that YOU want in your clothes. It really doesn't have to be hard to make clothes yourself All that it takes is a bit of extra effort! You will also get extra FREE ebooks that show you other articles about dressmaking the 1920s, the best fashion of the time, and the TWO hour dress of 1925. Learn how to make your own amazing clothing quickly, and have amazing quality! Continue reading...

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