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Saloon Girl

Saloon Girl

Saloon girl outfit has a fitted bodice, with pleated back, with 3/4 length sleeves or sleeveless. The petticoat is a circle, with three layers of lace inside and outside the skirt. The skirts can be made in a plain circle or gored skirt, with or without ruffles. The overskirt has a drape front and bustle back. Drawers are knee or short length. Cape is 1/2 circle skirt. All pieces are separate,...
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Ladies' 1890s Sporting Costumes, with "Leggings"

Ladies' 1890s Sporting Costumes, with "Leggings"

View A ladies' bicycle costume is a copy of a period 1890s pattern. It includes double-breasted basque, with collars and revers (lapels), leg o'mutton sleeves, pleated back, and belt. The skirt has bouble box pleats in front and back, with roomy bloomers underneath. The bloomers blouse over the "leggings", and are made of same, or similar, fabric as the basque. A dickey with a high collar goes...
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Victorian Corset Cover & Petticoat Pattern

Victorian Corset Cover & Petticoat Pattern

Misses' Corset Cover- The Corset Cover has four darts, front and back, and a square neck. It buttons down the front and can be made with or without sleeves. Petticoat in Three Lengths—1870 to early 1900s petticoat has no darts in the front and back yokes, seams at side front, sides, side back, center back and gathered back panels. Back opening has placket with buttons. There are three different...
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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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1840-1863 Ball Gown Pattern

1840-1863 Ball Gown Pattern

Gown with 2 bodice variations and 5 sleeve variations. This dress has a dropped shoulder typical of the time period. It comes with both a princess seamed bodice and a darted bodice. The neckline is a wideboat and there are lower-cut options as well. View A is an 1840's ballgown with plain, straight sleeves and an applied bertha. View B has a flared sleeves and bretelles and is great for the...
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1840s-1860 Pleated Wrapper & Dresses Pattern

1840s-1860 Pleated Wrapper & Dresses Pattern

1840s-1860 Ladies' Pleated Wrapper, Morning Dress, Work Dress and Maternity Dress with pleated bishop or pagoda sleeve, with or without standing collar. This dress has a dropped shoulder typical of the time period. It falls freely from the bottoms of the yokes, with no fitted lining underneath. The dress is shown pleated to the yokes but can be gathered instead. View A is a bishop sleeved wrapper...
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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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