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Girls' Romantic Dress Pattern

Girls' Romantic Dress Pattern

Here's the companion to the women's Romantic Era Dress pattern. This pattern fits the fashion plates and paintings of the mid-to-late-1830s (taking you into the early Victorian Era), since early Romantic Girls' fashions looked just like Regency fashions. Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 & 10 all included in one envelope. Options for long sleeves; short, puffed sleeves; cap sleeves; and flare sleeves like...
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Historical 1888 Dress Pattern

Historical 1888 Dress Pattern

Women's sizes: 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 The fitted jacket is sewn from two fabrics with narrow ¾ sleeves and standing collar and has a back pleated peplum. It is authentically embellished with ribbons and lace and with many buttons. The skirt with bustle is made of two sections. The overskirt front is short and pleated. In the back, it is gathered up with the help of hooks and attached to the...
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Hoops and Bustles Pattern

Hoops and Bustles Pattern

This pattern contains two hoops, 3 bustles, and a bustle pad. View A is a bell shape, meant to mimic the shape of multiple petticoats. This is the shape of medium hoops from their invention in 1856 until the “elliptic” shape of View B became popular, about 1863. It returned to popularity in 1869 to 1883, depending on the style of gown. However, for theatrical use, this shape was the popular...
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Ladies' Round Dresses Pattern (1840s-1852)

Ladies' Round Dresses Pattern (1840s-1852)

With Three Bodice and Five Interchangeable Sleeve Options, Pelerine and Under sleeves. View A is front opening with a plain back, close long sleeves and mancherons (sleeve caps). View B is back opening with front and back bodice overlays gathered at the front and back waist and shoulders. Three layer sleeves with separate long close sleeves, over sleeves and tucked mancherons. View C is back...
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Louis Philippe Style Girls' Dress Pattern

Louis Philippe Style Girls' Dress Pattern

Sizes 122 to 164 (approximate ages 7 to 14 years height 48" to 64.75", chest 24.5" to 33", waist 22.5" to 27.25") Recommended fabrics: cottons. Average sewing difficulty.
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Louis-Philippe Dress Pattern

Louis-Philippe Dress 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: cotton fabrics, muslin. A contrasting fabric chiffon. Average sewing difficulty.
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Mantelet 1880 Pattern

Mantelet 1880 Pattern

Warm, but elegant - this beautiful Mantelet with false sleeves was originally made from wool and fur. The so-called "Sortie de bal" will accompany you on every occasion, wether you're heading to a ball or the opera! The pattern is based on a german original from 1880. Size Width at Shoulders 102 cm = 40", Bust 90 cm = 36".
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Men's 19th Century Costume Pattern

Men's 19th Century Costume Pattern

Sewing level: advanced Burda sizes 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 True-to-style suit for a Victorian gentleman: choose either long jacket A or jacket B with peplum/tails, plus trousers with buttoned front fly. The chic waistcoat in costly cloth is an absolute must! Recommended fabric: Jacket A: velvet; trousers AB and jacket B: flannel, soft woollen fabrics; waistcoat: jacquard weave; cravat:...
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Men's Frock Coat, with Waistcoats, Pattern

Men's Frock Coat, with Waistcoats, Pattern

Sewing pattern for men's 'Prince Albert' skirted frock coats with two waistcoats - 1850 - 1915. Both the double and single breasted frock coats and waistcoat A are exact copies of an antique frock and matching waistcoat circa 1880. Waistcoat B is a copy of a waistcoat circa 1850. The silhouette of all garments are appropriate for the time period 1850-1915. The double breasted frock coat can be...
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