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The #108 Turkish Dancer pattern by Folkwear is modelled after garments worn by Turkish women in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. They created exotic and sumptuous looks by combining and layering these three basic garments (Entari or Robe, Vest, and short Jacket) with other accesories. Create your own extraordiary fashions by wearing these basics with other traditional garments, such as Folkwear's #106 Turkish Coat and the Turkish Pants from #119 Sarouelles. Pattern Details: Folkwear Pattern #108 Turkish Dancer (Not finished garments) Misses sizes XS - 2XL (Bust 80cm - 130cm , Waist 60cm - 110cm , Hips 80cm - 130cm ) All Sizes in one Envelope Patterns for Woman's Entari/Robe, Vest and Jacket Sewing Instructions 18th-19th Century Turkish Embroidery Designs Notes about historic Turkish costume and Embroidery design Turkish Dancer Pattern Details: The Entari or Robe features optional waist-shaping darts, plunging V-front neckline, button-loop front closures, flowing bell sleeves, and free-floating ankle-length panels. Make as a gown to layer under the vest and jacket and/or as a coat to wear on top. The unlined, semi-fitted Vest has a low-cut curved neckline, curved Princess seams, and button-loop front closures. This easy-sew garment can be quickly bound along the edges and lavishly embellished with braid, sequins, machine or hand embroidery (see authentic Turkish embroidery designs inside pattern). The short Jacket (also called Yelek or Mintan) has a gently curving front hemline and bell sleeves that fit over the Entari, allowing the Entari sleeves to drape sensuously. This quick-sew garment with bound edges is perfect for elaborate fabrics and embellishment.