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Walker Accessories Pattern

Walker Accessories Pattern

Fabrics: double-faced prequilted fabrics.
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Wheelchair and Walker Accessories Pattern

Wheelchair and Walker Accessories Pattern

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Waistcoat and Accessories Pattern

Waistcoat and Accessories Pattern

Sewing level: intermediate Sizes: chest 36.25" to 47.25" Classic men's waistcoat, close-fitting, with welted pockets, lining and tabs. Plus extra accessories for special occasions: cummerbund, bow-tie, neck-tie and 2 scarves. Recommended fabric: Silk, brocade, lightweight woollens, moire.
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Flat Cap Pattern

Flat Cap Pattern

Stylish and easy to make is our flat cap. This type of headwear first became fashionable in the last decades of the 19th century and is still a fovourite male accessoire. Associated with working class men, it soon was adapted as fashionable boy's wear until stylish young men discovered the cap in the 1920s. Ever since it has become the ideal companion for leisure wear, sports and travelling....
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Picnic Bag 1900 Pattern

Picnic Bag 1900 Pattern

The picnic bag without an inner tin case was an absolute novelty in Germany at the beginning of the 20th Century. It soon became a popular accessory because it offered enough space for all those picnic goods and folds up easy after use. And of course it makes a stylish handbag, too! This pattern is based on an original of 1903 made from brown cotton with bronze colored silk embroidery. The pack...
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1960s Vintage Accessories Pattern

1960s Vintage Accessories Pattern

Accessory pack including ring scarf, collar and cuffs, dickey and turban in one size is an exact replica of the original printed pattern from our archives circa 1960: V.1 decorative ring scarf made of lightweight fabrics has center back seam. Turban in V.2 is gathered each side of center front seam. Dickey V.3 and V.4 features a bias roll collar, back button closing and is faced. V.3 has...
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18th C. Fingerless Mittens Pattern

18th C. Fingerless Mittens Pattern

The short sleeved gowns of the 18th C. left the arms of their wearers uncovered. That’s why the fingerless mittens weren't just fashionable accessories, but provided warmth even in a cold homestead. This way a lady could keep herself warm while still being able to work on delicate projects like needlework or embroidery. The pattern is given in one modern size only. Because of its simple shape...
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1909 Tourist Hat Pattern

1909 Tourist Hat Pattern

A sporty hat suitable for a variety of activities. Wether your travelling, hiking, cycling or enjoying winter sports do it in style and protect your coiffure at the same time. The hat is wide enough to accomodate the large hairdos of the early 1900s. Use the adjustable straps to tie under the chin and your hat stays in place even at a breathtaking pace!
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1924 Cloches Pattern

1924 Cloches Pattern

This package contains patterns for two hats with the modern cylindric shape of the 1920s and a small brim. The hats are made of silk or velvet on a buckram frame and decorated with ribbon and hatpin or feather trim. Easy to make, but so very stylish! Based on a german Original of 1924! Size: Head Circumference 58 cm / 23"
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