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Ladies' Robe en Chemise Pattern

Ladies' Robe en Chemise Pattern

Ladies' Robe en Chemise with optional train, puffed or long sleeves, two bodice gathering options, with or without ruffles - C. 1790-1800 The first types of Robe en Chemise were basically tubes of fabric that were drawn up close to the body by drawstrings in channels. #133 Robe en Chemise does not rely on fully functioning drawstrings to keep the fabric drawn in. This is the type of transitional...
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Mantelet Pattern

Mantelet Pattern

This light weight short cape was an essential of the 18th century woman's wardrobe, available in a multitude of color and fabric choices. Many women preferred it over the heavy full size cloak. Woolen Mantelets provide warmth during winter time, made up of silk they stay cool in the summer. One size fits every lady.
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Men's Late Georgian Coat (1795-1810) Pattern

Men's Late Georgian Coat (1795-1810) Pattern

View A is single breasted with only two buttons meant to be able to be buttoned. There are only three seams in the entire coat body; one at center back and two at the side backs. The sleeves are attached at the natural shoulder and are somewhat long, with the cuffs extending to cover part of the hand. There are two pleats at the back where the tails are attached to the back. The back tails are...
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Men's Narrow Fall Front Breeches, c. 1790-1820

Men's Narrow Fall Front Breeches, c. 1790-1820

Also known as Small Falls. Men's short breeches with a narrow fall front opening, with side frog pockets and watch pocket. These breeches can be cut long, to reach to the calf, or short, ending just under the knee. The front fall closes with two buttons. The waistband closes in front with three buttons. The front has two suspender (braces) buttons. The backs of the breeches have a very long rise...
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Musketeer and Page Costumes Pattern

Musketeer and Page Costumes Pattern

Sewing level: intermediate Child heights in cm: 104, 110, 116, 122, 128, 134, 140 The page (A) wears a tunic, slit at front and back. Underneath he wears a simple shirt with long sleeves that have elastic casings. The short cape with integrated hood has curved edges. The musketeer (B) wears a classy ruffled shirt with large collar. Over that comes the tunic with topstitched ribbons and...
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Musketeer Costume Pattern

Musketeer Costume Pattern

Sewing level: intermediate Burda sizes 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 Whether plain or rather splendid - a touch of daring is included in both these costumes. Style A consists of a slit tunic with top-stitched coat of arms and a cape with integrated hood. Style B is a tunic with a large white collar and abundant ruffled sleeves, covered by slit sleeves decorated with bands. Long leg-sheaths will make...
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OUT OF STOCK - Gentlemen's Cloak Pattern

OUT OF STOCK - Gentlemen's Cloak Pattern

This elegant unlined cloak is based on an extant example from New England. Similar cloaks were also in use throughout Europe since many men preferred the sleeveless cloaks over the overcoats. A cloak is perfect to protect your valuable clothes against wind and weather. Buying new clothes ment a financial strain especially for the not so well-off, so keeping your wardrobe in good state was of...
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OUT OF STOCK - Pocket Hoops Pattern

OUT OF STOCK - Pocket Hoops Pattern

Pocket Hoops are your choice if you don't like the large paniers. They are easy to handle and fold up nicely when your sitting. Slits at the sides provide easy access to your hanging pockets which are worn below. You need 5 m = 5 1/2 yards steel boning and 12 caps. One size fits every lady.
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OUT OF STOCK - Spencer 1800 Pattern

OUT OF STOCK - Spencer 1800 Pattern

A tribute to late 18th / early 19th century love for military fashion, this becoming Spencer Jacket translates male styles into a very femine garment. It accents the high empire waistline while featuring a high stand-up collar, lapels and an open front. Our model is based on an extand garment in a french collection. It has been given a date of about 1801, which is confirmed by turn of the century...
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