I stopped in at Jomar to see if I could find the fabric for the 1912 slip, and inevitably, walked away with far more. $31.28, exclusive of cats. (Who were themselves part of a 2-for-1 deal on kittens at animal welfare several years ago.) (You'd never know they were from the same litter, but they are brother and sister.) Anyhow... 17 yards of fabric and 18 yards of lace. Non-floral lace. (!!!!!)
The idea for the drawers (or as I refer to them in my head, underoos) came from 'Women's Fashion of the Early 1900s - An Unabridged Republication of New York Fashions, 1909. National Cloak and Suit Co.' -- as you can see, it's their catalog, and being in a turn-of-the-century kind of mood, I was flipping through and decided a pair was just what I needed.
Then... I came upon their slips and fell in love with the lace placement of 5088. The drawing shows princess lines, and it uses set in lace, which are the two main features of the 1912 slip -- so I think I will model my placement on theirs as I find it much more attractive than the original.
The other two fabrics I've neglected to mention are the teal athletic mesh -- not sure yet, but I love the color and mesh is a lovely to work with, and the raspberry lace, which really isn't showing up well. Its a sort of lozenge pattern.