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Afghan Nomad Dress Costume Pattern
This traditional dress worn by nomadic women in Afghanistan is ideal for mixing fabrics and embellishments. The raised bodice is fitted and has a neck opening that can be placed at front or back. Pattern includes instructions for traditional embroidery stitches, fringed decoration, and beadwork. Suggested fabrics: Soft, medium-weight fabrics such as cotton, rayon challis, or silk; the upper...
Asian-Style Dress Pattern
Slender silhouette with front section seams. Mandarin collar and fancy loop closure in the trendy Asia-look. Contrast satin edges of B set special accents. The walking slit to one side provides ease of movement. Women's sizes: 36 to 46 (bust 33" to 41", waist 26" to 34", hip 35.5" to 43.5").
Australian Bush Outfit Pattern
The classic bush jacket, trousers, and shorts from Hollywood's version of the tropical British colonies. Make it in khaki for the authentic look, or silk twill for a classy updated impression. Pattern includes instructions for the slingeroo, a handy over-the-shoulder bag that completes the outfit. Suggested fabrics: Medium-weight cottons and blends such as poplin, denim, or chino; medium-weight...
Australian Drover's Coat Costume Pattern
This is the classic outback duster coat. Its rugged construction and hearty design is perfect whether riding the open range or the urban trails. Make it in canvas or denim for a traditional look, microfibre or crinkle nylon for an updated water-repellent version. Pattern includes information about authentic detailing, waterproofing, and instructions for a knit pullover sweater. Suggested fabrics:...
Chinese Jacket Costume Pattern
This classic jacket in three lengths and with front or asymmetrical opening is descended from a formal court robe of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Since then, the garment has been simplified into a truly versatile design with different options for unusual closures. Pattern includes heat transfer design for traditional embroidered motifs and instructions for embroidery. Suggested fabrics: Silk or...
Chinese Pyjamas Pattern
The casual comfort and simple elegance of this easy-sew Jacket and Pants combo will make it your favourite at-home wear in super-soft cotton or the perfect evening outfit in silk and brocade. The fully-lined mid-thigh Jacket features stand-up Mandarin collar, set-in sleeves, inside and outside pockets, button-loop frog front closures, and extra-long sleeves that roll back to expose a colorful or...
Japanese Costume Pattern
Please choose between sizes HH (6 to 12) and RR (14 to 20).
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Japanese Field Clothing Costume Pattern
Versatile and comfortable garments include the hippari (jacket) for men and women, monpei (trousers) and padded jacket for women. Beautiful in traditional ethnic prints or coordinating new-age fabrics. Instructions included for traditional folded and stitched ties. Suggested fabrics: For Hippari and Field Trousers, choose medium-weight tightly woven materials such as cotton, lightweight denim, or...
Japanese Hakama and Kataginu Costume Pattern
During the Edo period in Japan (1615-1868), members of the samurai or warrior class wore the Kamishimo, a traditional costume made up of the Kataginu or pleated-front vest and Hakama or pleated trousers/skirt. The two garments were typically worn over a knee-length kimono for formal occasions. Today, the garments are frequently worn for official occasions, martial arts, and historic reenactment....
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