Dating from the 1920’s a woman’s wonderful voile dress. Dresses of this type were a hit with the homemaker as they could be sewn and finished at home. Needlework catalogs and magazines, of the day, offered kits to purchase, with the fabric pre printed following directions for completing.
The kit also included the correct amount of floss yardage for embroidery and other embellishment, such as the lace trim. One of the designers of these kits was Sadie P. Le Sueur. Her works was featured in many of Woman’s World magazines from the 1920’s.