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Austrian Dirndl Costume Pattern

Austrian Dirndl Costume Pattern

A favourite at Renaissance Faires and Oktoberfests, this three-piece outfit enhances the maiden in you. Variations include knee-length or low-calf length, dirndl bodice with high or low-neck, high or low-neck blouse, and an apron. Pattern features many options for detailing, ruffling, ruching, and shaping. Information included about authentic detailing, custom fitting, and adapting garment for...
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Belgian Military Chef's Jacket Pattern

Belgian Military Chef's Jacket Pattern

Adapted from regulation Belgian military issue in olive cotton gabardine, our version also looks great in chef's white, brilliantly colored silk, or any other fabric. Cook up a creative variation of this fashionably cropped jacket by piecing the front and back panels from contrasting fabrics or with unusual buttons. Lapels can be worn open or closed. Suggested fabrics: Medium or heavyweight...
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Black Forest Smock Pattern

Black Forest Smock Pattern

This traditional smock was called a Kittel, or over-garment, worn by workers in Germany, Switzerland, and France. Soft pleats fall from a wide neckband. Sleeves connect to side panels with gussets and are pleated at the wrists into buttoned cuff bands. Shoulder yokes, pocket welts, neckband, and cuffs were often decorated with chain-stitching (design and instructions are included inside pattern)....
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Child's Scottish Kilt and Prince Charlie Jacket

Child's Scottish Kilt and Prince Charlie Jacket

Scottish Highlanders have been wearing garments of tartan-patterned fabric (commonly known as plaid) for centuries. This ancient tradition is cherished among Scottish descendants all over the world, and is still passed on to new generations so the old ways won't be forgotten. This kilt pattern features a pleating template to simplify the measuring and pleating steps for creating smaller-size...
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Croatian Shirt Costume Pattern

Croatian Shirt Costume Pattern

A traditional fashion worn by peasants, farmers, and shepherds in the Pannonian Basin of old Yugoslavia. Originally made from homespun linen, but elegant in cotton, silk, and sheers. Soft pleats at the shoulders, with a tucked front yoke. Pattern includes historical information and instructions for decorative stitching on yoke. Suggested fabrics: Shirting-weight fabrics such as cotton, blends,...
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English Smock Costume Pattern

English Smock Costume Pattern

A truly universal garment worn by shepherds, butchers, bakers, farmers, and other rural labourers in Old England. Today, smocks are favoured by fashionable people everywhere and made out of every fabric imaginable. Long and short versions can be hand-smocked or "mock-smocked" by machine with elastic. Suggested fabrics: Soft medium-weight fabrics with some drape such as cotton, rayon, wool,...
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Flamenco Dress and Practice Skirt Costume Pattern

Flamenco Dress and Practice Skirt Costume Pattern

A sensational Spanish fashion for dancing or dress-up, with lavish flounces that move with flash. Dress has princess seams, flounced cap sleeves, V-neck front, and up to four tiers of flounces. Skirt has back waist darts and raised waistline; make it with all four flounces or just one flounce for a salsa-hot mini. Make simple-sew fabric Rose accessory to attached to dress or pin in hair....
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French Cheesemaker's Smock Pattern

French Cheesemaker's Smock Pattern

This roomy pullover style is traditional garb for cheesemakers in Roquefort, France, and a comfortable smock for your studio or daily outings. Popular choice for Medieval and Renaissance reenactors. Sized for men and women, the easy-sew smock features shoulder yoke, simple narrow buttoned neckband, and optional underarm gussets. Suggested fabrics: Crisp medium-weight fabrics such as gingham,...
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Kinsale Cloak Costume Pattern

Kinsale Cloak Costume Pattern

This billowing full-length cloak was a tradition in rural Ireland and can still be seen today in West County Cork, and at historic reenactments everywhere. The romantic garment fastens at the neck and features a detachable loosely-fitted hood. Pattern includes fascinating historical lore, notes for handweavers, and instructions for finishing touches. Suggested fabrics: Handwoven wool, wool,...
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