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M'Lady's Corset Costume Pattern

M'Lady's Corset Costume Pattern

This fun and fashionable pattern is representative of the late 16th century and early 17th century garments worn by upper class women in the royal courts and peasant women in their daily lives. Square-neck corset laces in back with purchased or handmade eyelets (instructions inside pattern). Scoop-neck corset fastens in front with purchased hook-and-eye tape, and features a peplum that echoes the...
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Medieval Costume Pattern

Medieval Costume Pattern

Man's costume pattern included only. Lady's costume pictured is Burda 7468. Burda sizes 44 to 60 (chest size 34.75" to 47.25", seat 35.5" to 49.25") Recommended fabrics: imitation leather, suede cloth. Average sewing difficulty.
£7.95  £3.97

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Renaissance Men's Costume Pattern

Renaissance Men's Costume Pattern

Sumptuous Renaissance style coat and hat of the age of Shakespeare. Precious fabrics, faux fur, ribbons and feathers are featured. Homemade stockings. See pattern Burda 6888 for underwear and knee breeches. Burda sizes 46 to 60 (chest size 36.25" to 47.25", seat 37" to 49.25")
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Renaissance Men's Costume Pattern

Renaissance Men's Costume Pattern

Magnificent jacket with inserts and sleeves from a different fabric, interfaced with white batiste which is pulled out from the many slits. Knee breeches with codpiece in the style of that age complete the look. Burda sizes 46 to 60 (chest size 36.25" to 47.25", seat 37" to 49.25")
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Robe and Bonnet Pattern

Robe and Bonnet Pattern

Women's sizes: 36 to 54 (bust 33" to 50.5", waist 26" to 43.5", hip 35.5" to 52.75"). Recommended fabrics: linen, cottons, brocade, suede cloth. Easy.
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Schaube and Wams 1500-1530 Pattern

Schaube and Wams 1500-1530 Pattern

Patterns for Wams (undergarment) and Schaube (overgarments) in fashion from 1500-1530. Both garments were worn by bourgeoisie and gentry, and indicating a high social position. The Wams is a not too loose fitting garment, always worn with a shirt (not included). It is front closing with either hooks and eyes or lacing. It can be worn underneath the Schaube, a kind of cloak with long sleeves...
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