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18th Century Costumes Pattern

18th Century Costumes Pattern

Misses' 18th century highland costumes includes outfits in two styles: the first is a gown with stomacher and petticoat, and the second is a bodice with petticoat and stomacher. Please choose between sizes H5 (6 to 14) and R5 (14 to 22).
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18th Century Undergarments Pattern

18th Century Undergarments Pattern

Get the appropriate undergarments for your historical highland costumes with this 18th century undergarments pattern. Pattern includes chemise, bum pad, and lined corset. American Duchess for Simplicity. Please choose between sizes H5 (6 to 14) and R5 (14 to 22).
£6.95

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Chemise Pattern

Chemise Pattern

The chemise is an important part of the 18th C. outfit of every woman. This layer between skin and clothing keeps your corset clean of sweat and dirt and protects your body from dents. One size (up to bust 105 cm = 42").
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Embroidered Pockets Pattern

Embroidered Pockets Pattern

These hanging pockets are easy to sew and sure to become your favourite 18th C. accessories. Large enough to hide away all those anachronisms. Also included is the pattern for embroidery.
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Empire Dress Costume Pattern

Empire Dress Costume Pattern

This high-waisted dress known today as "empire" was worn in the period following the French Revolution in the late 1700s. The revealing style, requiring few undergarments, reflected a desire to return to simpler, classical Grecian dress after the excesses of the European nobility. Narrow bodice is gathered into a skirt that is slim in front and full in back. The optional full-length train and...
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Georgian/Regency Greatcoat & Garrick Pattern

Georgian/Regency Greatcoat & Garrick Pattern

The pattern contains a Greatcoat which can be cut either single or double breasted and has the choice of a standing or a stand-and-fall collar. Any view, men's or ladies, can have capes and the capes can be removable. When paired with either the 3 layer cape or 4 layer cape option it is called a Carrick coat. The instructions include modern (theatrical) collar construction and period pad...
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Girls' 1780s Portrait Dress Pattern

Girls' 1780s Portrait Dress Pattern

The dress options in this pattern were inspired by the beautiful portraits of the 1780s. This pattern includes options for a smooth-bodice dress that fastens up the back and a gathered bodice dress that slips over the head. It also offers elbow-length sleeves with optional ruffles and fitted long sleeves. Appendices give directions for using sheer fabrics, making tucks, and more. Sizes 1, 2, 3,...
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Habit Shirt 1710-1780 Pattern

Habit Shirt 1710-1780 Pattern

This ruffled blouse with stand-up collar is the ideal addition to your 18th C. Riding Habit. Fashioned after male habit shirts, the package contains two styles which are based on extant period examples, one from the first and one from the second half of the century. Fits for sizes US 8-14. Instructions for enlarging the pattern are included.
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Half Boned Diderot Stays Pattern

Half Boned Diderot Stays Pattern

This brand new pattern is based on an original illustration by Diderot for stays with straps - a guarentee for authenticity. You can choose between modern or period techniques with full instructions. The stays can be fully boned if desired. You need: S = 7 m (y) - M = 8 m (y) - L = 9 m (y) steel boning. Sizes S = Bust 84 cm = 33 1/2", Waist 63 cm = 25" - M = Bust 90 cm = 36", Taille 72 cm = 29"...
£12.79

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