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Bridal Elegance 1850; ©1982; Angel, Leg-O-Mutton and Bishop Sleeve Variations. Peek-a-Boo Sleeve A, has fitted undersleeve with slashed Bishop oversleeve and one inch cuffs. Oversleeve may be cut on fold, without trim at slash; or single cut with application of trim. The slashed Bishop may be made without undersleeve. The Tight Fitted sleeve may be made with point over hand, C: or without, B. The Full Bishop Sleeve D, features natural cuff; 4 or 6 button cuff, with or without point over hand. Sleeve E, a flowing Angel Sleeve, should be made of a reversible, soft, flowing fabric, (chiffon, georgette, voile). The Leg-O-Mutton Sleeve, F, has exaggerated fullness at the upper arm tapering to a tight fit at the forearm. Crisp fabrics are suggested for this sleeve, which has a built in ruff to support the fullness at the shoulder of the upper sleeve. Sleeves A, B, C, E and F are all constructed from the same pattern peice. Sleeve C and the cuffs of D should be lined. Line sheer fabrics with organza if the sheer look is desired. Instructions are given for button and loops or snap closing.
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