1940 WW2 Vintage Sewing Pattern B34″ TWO-WAY SIREN SUIT (1395)


195 in stock


~ Circa/Date: 1940 WW2

~ Details:  TWO-WAY SIREN SUIT by Weldon’s (I have finally got hold of this gem of a pattern!)

This pattern is one of the most sought after patterns from the WW2 period. Winston Churchill had a Siren Suit, Cut in bottle-green velvet and with a cigar jammed in its breast pocket, his ingenious solution is displayed in the Jermyn Street shop of the company that he commissioned to make it, “Turnbull & Asser”. The 125-year-old T&A shirt maker has this historical treasure on display, Churchill’s invention of a quick-to-slip-on all-in-one. Step into T&A and just gawp at the Siren Suit! Thanks to Churchill that the famous Siren Suit came about.

An original siren suit sold at auction for £29,875. 


~ Size/Measurements (Inches):    Size: ~    BUST: 34″    Waist:  28″     Hip: 37″

~ Please Note: ~ You are buying a ‘Professional Digitally Reproduced’ copy of this sewing pattern. Copied from the original sewing pattern. Produced in Full Scale Pattern Pieces ready to cut with full instructions included. Reproduced on high quality 50 gm paper with black ink, durable and easier for reuse.


~ With this product comes an accompanying ‘Booklet’ and inside the Booklet it includes:

~ A 2 page Instructions and Illustrations on ‘How to Adjust Your pattern to your Personal Measurement .

~ Personal Measurement Chart’

~ Body Form Illustrations

~ Fitting Checklist

~ Metric Equivalency Chart

~ Note Pages

~ Fabric Worksheet

~ Garment History Page

~ ‘Grandma Told Me’ – Historical facts related to that year or era

~ Sew-In-Woven Label



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