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Ballgown 1913 Pattern

Date Added: Thursday 07 June, 2012



Ballgown 1913 Pattern

Model: np304
Manufacturer: Nehelenia Patterns

Price:   £12.79

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Details:A wonderful combination of silk and chiffon, this dress is sure to turn some heads at the next ball! A genorously cut layer of chiffon adds an airy elegance to the dress. The wide silk girdle tied in the back emphasizes the waist. Based on an austrian original from 1913. One size (Bust 80 cm = 32", Taille 70cm = 28").
Basque Waist 1899 Pattern

Date Added: Thursday 07 June, 2012



Basque Waist 1899 Pattern

Model: np303
Manufacturer: Nehelenia Patterns

Price:   £10.39

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Details:The focus point of this elegant jacket style waist is the attractive front. It also features a wide revers and stand-up collar. Embellish it with decorative trims or fabric appliqu├ęs as desired. The pattern is based on an Original of 1899 by the Cosmopolitan Fashion Model Co. It is part of Nehelenia Patterns most authentic collection of original antique patterns and comes in one size only (the original one) along with modern instructions. Bust ... more info
Big Sky Riding Skirt Costume Pattern

Date Added: Thursday 01 April, 2004



Big Sky Riding Skirt Costume Pattern

Model: #231
Manufacturer: Folkwear Patterns

Price:   £13.79

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Details:Bring out the cowgirl in you! Equestrian women of the early 20th century, who were determined to ride astride rather than sidesaddle, wore these divided skirts. An ingenious fashion, with front panel that buttons one way for a skirt and the other way for trousers. Pattern is derived from a skirt worn by legendary rancher and rodeo rider, Fannie Sperry Steele. Suggested fabrics: Medium to heavyweight cottons and blends such as poplin, denim, ... more info
Black Forest Smock Pattern

Date Added: Monday 27 April, 2009



Black Forest Smock Pattern

Model: #148
Manufacturer: Folkwear Patterns

Price:   £13.79

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Details: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). Our Black Forest Smock can be worn by men as an ... more info