A sweet early 1900's, Edwardian child's dress in a blue and white check homespun fabric. The dress sewn at home on a treadle machine. The bodice is constructed with wide vertical tucks on both the front and back of dress.
A wide fitted waistband separates the bodice the the boxed pleated skirt. The long sleeves are trimmed at the cuff with white embroidery eyelet trim. This simple trim also accents the neck line. Back of the dress fastens with pearl buttons to just below the waist.
This cute style would fit a little girl about 9-10 years of age. Measurement: 26-1/2" long from the neck line to hem. 9-3/4" across from shoulder to shoulder. Chest: 24" around. Waist is also 24" around. Sleeve length is 12-1/2" long. Opening at cuff is 6-1/2" around.
Condition: The dress has had two mends on the back of one sleeve and one mend on the back of the other. No other flaws that I found. A very presentable dress. Both for wearing or display.