1162, Toddler’s Smocked Dress with Bonnet. "Smock a dress-and-bonnet set for your toddler daughter. It's good style for wash materials because smocking is every bit tubbable. Below the yoke are one row of cable smocking and three rows of wave, forming diamonds. There's a beginner smocking lesson in the pattern to tell you how to do it. Add the flower sprays for an extra touch. Six strand cotton is good for both the embroidery and the smocking."
This pattern has been cut. Transfer and instructions are included.
819 Child’s Dress, Bonnet and Panties. “Leave off the guimpe while she is sun-bathing, and she has a perfect little sun outfit. The top buttons onto a full gathered skirt. The bonnet buttons onto the chin-tie and both are gaily decked with little daisy sprays. With the white guimpe it’s a sweet little kindergarten frock.”
Both patterns include instructions
Both patterns are from the early 1940s
Envelopes are in fair to good condition. I did not count pattern pieces, but they all seem to be complete.