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1909 Tourist Hat Pattern

1909 Tourist Hat Pattern

A sporty hat suitable for a variety of activities. Wether your travelling, hiking, cycling or enjoying winter sports do it in style and protect your coiffure at the same time. The hat is wide enough to accomodate the large hairdos of the early 1900s. Use the adjustable straps to tie under the chin and your hat stays in place even at a breathtaking pace!
£10.39

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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...
£14.49

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Laundry Bag Pattern

Laundry Bag Pattern

Our laundry bag with cross stitch embellishment is a wonderful redwork project. The embroidery patterns included are so versatile, they can be used for many different projects like table runners, towels or pillow cases. Contains detailed instructions to make the bag, the cross stitch patterns for the dragon motif and ornaments plus the wave band. The trimmings framing this band were sewn on to...
£5.59

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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...
£14.49

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Vintage Bathing Costume Pattern

Vintage Bathing Costume Pattern

In 1890, when women were just beginning to venture into the traditional men's sports arena, a bathing outfit could weigh as much as 20 pounds and cover up as much as full street dress. Our lighter-weight version features a knee-length gored skirt that buttons over a one-piece romper, topped off with a jaunty cap. Suggested fabrics: Medium-weight cottons, linens, blends. Original garments were...
£15.99

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Vintage Vests Costume Pattern

Vintage Vests Costume Pattern

Victorian gentlemen needed a waistcoat to be considered well-dressed, and smart women often paired waistcoats with walking skirts for street wear. Traditional bow tie, with instructions for tying, is also included. Fits women with a bust size of 30.5" to 38", and men with a chest size of 36" to 44".
£13.79

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