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1795-1817 Men's Waistcoat Pattern

1795-1817 Men's Waistcoat Pattern

This vest is designed to be worn under a coat, specifically Laughing Moon # 124. This pattern is based on patterns published in 2 tailoring manuals from the late 18th and early 19th century. Specifically, those manuals are: The Taylor's Complete Guide (1796) and The Taylor's Instructor (1809). Fabric and Notions: Vest Fashion Fabric: Wool, silk, linen, cotton, matelasse, embroidered or woven...
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1806-1830 Waistcoat and Slip Waistcoat Pattern

1806-1830 Waistcoat and Slip Waistcoat Pattern

This vest is designed to be worn under a coat, specifically Laughing Moon 121 or Laughing Moon 122. The slip vest in view A is meant to be worn under view B. The slip vest pattern is drafted so that it is a little shorter than the vest pattern. This will keep the slip vest from showing at the bottom edge of the vest. The pattern for both view A and view B is taken from an extant vest in the...
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1890s Five Gore Skirt Pattern

1890s Five Gore Skirt Pattern

Sizes 2 to 36 (waist 21" to 50", hip 30.5" to 60"). A beautiful skirt, historically accurate, flattering and easy to make. 1890's period or modern skirt has seams at side front, side back, centre back and pleated back panels. Back opening has period placket or modern zip. The lining is sewn to the skirt in the flat lined method and the hems are faced. The skirt has a waistband and a single...
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1890s Waist Pattern

1890s Waist Pattern

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1909 to 1913 Day and Evening Dress

1909 to 1913 Day and Evening Dress

1909 to 1913 directoire (slightly empire) dress has princess seamed (boning optional) bodice to waist, with short or elbow-length sleeves. Two choices can go over that: kimono sleeve shown in view A, or overbodice shown in view B. The skirt is sewn to the underbodice raised from the waist 2" in front, and raised higher in back. The back can be trained or not, with either a square or pointed...
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Bodiced Petticoat, Bum Roll & Pocket Pattern

Bodiced Petticoat, Bum Roll & Pocket Pattern

Pattern for an early 19th century bodiced petticoat, bum roll and pocket. View A has a pleated skirt and 5 1" vertical tucks. View B has a plain gathered skirt. Both View A & B close in the back with buttons. View C is a Bum Roll and View D is a pocket. The bodiced petticoat is based on a pattern taken from an extant dress. The Bum Roll and pocket are copied exactly from an extant garments in the...
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Corsets, Corset Girdle, & Man's Corset Pattern

Corsets, Corset Girdle, & Man's Corset Pattern

Women's sizes 4-36 Man's sizes 22-64 all included in the envelope. Views A and B are ladies' corsets and View C is a man's. View A is a ribbon corset. It is constructed of alternating pieces of fabric and ribbon. It has a busk in the front and lacing in the back. The bones are placed between two layers of fabric. This corset was popular from about 1899 to 1909. View B is a one layer corset girdle...
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Early 1860s Day Dress

Early 1860s Day Dress

View A is a copy of an extant period dress in the author's collection. Views B and C are copies of extant sleeves. Finished Length of Skirt is 42" in front and 45" in back. All Views have a two dart front bodice and a classic curved V, tucked back. The darts are boned. The front of the skirt is directionally knife pleated, the sides are box pleated and the back is cartridge pleated (gauged). The...
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Hoops and Bustles Pattern

Hoops and Bustles Pattern

This pattern contains two hoops, 3 bustles, and a bustle pad. View A is a bell shape, meant to mimic the shape of multiple petticoats. This is the shape of medium hoops from their invention in 1856 until the “elliptic” shape of View B became popular, about 1863. It returned to popularity in 1869 to 1883, depending on the style of gown. However, for theatrical use, this shape was the popular...
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