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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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Cowgirl Culottes with Waistcoat, Jacket & Leggings

Cowgirl Culottes with Waistcoat, Jacket & Leggings

The culottes have a total of eight panels, with a fall front opening that closes with buttons. There are two optional patch pockets on the front. View A has a finished length of 40" and view B is 30". The top can be made as a waistcoat or a jacket with sleeves. The front does not overlap and meets at centre front. The "leggings" can be made with front openings or side openings. Fits women with a...
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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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Georgian/Regency Greatcoat & Garrick Pattern

Georgian/Regency Greatcoat & Garrick Pattern

The pattern contains a Greatcoat which can be cut either single or double breasted and has the choice of a standing or a stand-and-fall collar. Any view, men's or ladies, can have capes and the capes can be removable. When paired with either the 3 layer cape or 4 layer cape option it is called a Carrick coat. The instructions include modern (theatrical) collar construction and period pad...
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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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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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Ladies' Pelisse and Spencer (1810-1825) Pattern

Ladies' Pelisse and Spencer (1810-1825) Pattern

Pelisse (coat) which can be made as a Spencer (jacket) by omitting the skirt, with 7 collar, 4 short sleeve and one long sleeve options. The Pelisse and Spencer, which were generally worn over another gown, have optional collars and a shortened bodice which ends under the bust. The front bodice can be made with darts or gathers. The back bodice is made of two pieces, the center back bottom of...
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Ladies' Regency & Romantic Era Corset Pattern

Ladies' Regency & Romantic Era Corset Pattern

Ladies Regency and Romantic Era Corded Corset with Theatrical Version Corset and Chemise, in sizes 4 to 40 (bust 30 to 62, with complete size and fitting instructions) all in the envelope.
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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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