How to Make a Civil War Dress?

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To make a civil war dress, you should make a dress that is floor length. You should also make it very tight at the waist. You also make it puffy at the bottom.
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1. Cut the skirt two to five inches longer than you need for the final length. Iron a crease in the bottom of the skirt where you want the final length to be, ...
1. Cut the back and front pieces of the A-line bodice, tapering it to the waist in front and ending in a point. Make a slight cap sleeve at the ends of the shoulders ...
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