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Queen Luise's Dress Pattern

Queen Luise's Dress Pattern

Based on contemporary portraits of Queen Luise of Prussia and extant garments of her time we created a pattern paying tribute to the good taste of a german fashion icon. The high waisted dress features an overlapping front with ruched inset and a wide skirt reminiscent of the fashionable styles of late 18th / early 19th C. Europe. Follow in Luise‘s footsteps and make yourself a gown worth a...
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Reception Toilet 1892 Pattern

Reception Toilet 1892 Pattern

Be the life and soul of the event with this elegant Reception Toilet! The elaborately pleated bodice is sure to make heads turn! Tight fitting sleeves and the draped godet skirt complete this stylish outfit. This pattern is based on an original issued in 1892 by the popular german magazine “Illustrierte Frauen-Zeitung”. It is part of Nehelenia Patterns most authentic collection of original...
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Regency Cloak, Cape and Muff Pattern

Regency Cloak, Cape and Muff Pattern

All Views are "one size fits all". View A is a hooded cloak. The hood is pleated at the back and attached to the body of the cape with a neck band which is piped. The Cloak body is (optionally) piped all the way around and is fully lined with complementary fabric. The lining may be quilted or omitted for an unlined cloak. The Cloak can be kept closed with a ribbon tie. The Cloak is cartridge...
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Regency Evening Gown Pattern

Regency Evening Gown Pattern

A breathtaking evening gown, based on an extant example in the collection of Hohenlimburg castle in Hagen, Germany . The original dress is said to have belonged to princess Agnes of Bentheim-Tecklenburg, who resided in the castle until 1830. It is made of dark blue silk faille and heavily embroidered in flat silver metal thread. The style of the gown suggests a date about 1805-1815. Sizes (Bust...
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Regency Gown Pattern Neckline Supplement

Regency Gown Pattern Neckline Supplement

Designed for use with the original Regency Gown Pattern, the supplement provides options for necklines that will give you four new looks. Sizes 6-26DD all included. You have the ability to create high, plain or high, gathered necklines as well as gently sloping necklines (smooth or gathered). Also included are instructions for creating a period-correct drawstring closure for either of the...
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Regency Gown, Redingote, and Tunic Pattern

Regency Gown, Redingote, and Tunic Pattern

Ladies' Regency Wrapping Front Trained or Untrained Gown, Redingote, and Tunic-C. 1798-1813 View A is a low stomacher apron front style trained or untrained gown. The front of the skirt falls below the bodice, and fastens over the bottom of the wrapping bodice in the 'en coulisse' style. This means it has a drawstring in front that ties under the sides and back of the skirt to secure the front....
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Regency Wrapping-Front Spencer Pattern

Regency Wrapping-Front Spencer Pattern

Ladies' Regency Wrapping Front Spencer with 4 Collar and 3 Back Variations c. 1798-1809 All Views and Spencer jackets. They all have a wrapping front. View A has a ruffled collar. View B has a long falling collar and a ruffled back. View C has a tall falling collar and pleats at the center back. You can also opt to omit the falling part of the collar and have just a standing collar. There is also...
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Regency, Sailors' Trousers, Cossacks, Pantaloons Pattern

Regency, Sailors' Trousers, Cossacks, Pantaloons Pattern

Men's Regency Trousers, Sailor's Trousers, Cossacks (c. 1814-1830), Pantaloons, Moschettos (Pron, Moskeetoes), and Pantaloon Trousers, 1790-1830. Men's long trousers with a narrow fall front opening, also known as Small Fall Trousers. View A are plain full trousers. View B are full cut English Cossacks with 4 pleats at the front waistband and pockets in the side seam, The other views have side...
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Romantic Era Dress pattern

Romantic Era Dress pattern

With this pattern, you can create a wide variety of dresses for day and evening. This pattern was inspired by "Wives and Daughters" by Elizabeth Gaskell, from the transitional time between the Regency and Victorian eras. Fits bust sizes 30.5" to 48", all in one envelope. Illustrated instructions make construction easy! Options for long sleeves and short sleeves; darted, gathered, or pleated...
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