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Australian Bush Outfit Pattern

Australian Bush Outfit Pattern

The classic bush jacket, trousers, and shorts from Hollywood's version of the tropical British colonies. Make it in khaki for the authentic look, or silk twill for a classy updated impression. Pattern includes instructions for the slingeroo, a handy over-the-shoulder bag that completes the outfit. Suggested fabrics: Medium-weight cottons and blends such as poplin, denim, or chino; medium-weight...
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Australian Drover's Coat Costume Pattern

Australian Drover's Coat Costume Pattern

This is the classic outback duster coat. Its rugged construction and hearty design is perfect whether riding the open range or the urban trails. Make it in canvas or denim for a traditional look, microfibre or crinkle nylon for an updated water-repellent version. Pattern includes information about authentic detailing, waterproofing, and instructions for a knit pullover sweater. Suggested fabrics:...
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Hong Kong Cheongsam Costume Pattern

Hong Kong Cheongsam Costume Pattern

This classic exotic dress in two lengths is synonymous with Oriental elegance. Simple to sew, it has only two main pattern pieces and an appealing side-front opening topped off with a mandarin collar. Pattern includes instructions for custom fitting and authentic embellishment. Pattern is for dress with facings at front opening, hem, and side slits. Suggested fabrics: Light to medium-weight silk;...
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Japanese Hakama and Kataginu Costume Pattern

Japanese Hakama and Kataginu Costume Pattern

During the Edo period in Japan (1615-1868), members of the samurai or warrior class wore the Kamishimo, a traditional costume made up of the Kataginu or pleated-front vest and Hakama or pleated trousers/skirt. The two garments were typically worn over a knee-length kimono for formal occasions. Today, the garments are frequently worn for official occasions, martial arts, and historic reenactment....
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Japanese Interior Costume Pattern

Japanese Interior Costume Pattern

This collection of traditional Japanese pieces can be tastefully incorporated into any decorating scheme. Pattern includes floor cushions (zabuton), sleeping pillows (makura), futon, futon cover, top quilt (kakebuton), decorative curtains (noren), and tips for adapting any kimono pattern (such as Folkwear #113) for a quilted sleeping kimono (yogi). Information about traditional handwork and...
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Japanese Michiyuki Pattern

Japanese Michiyuki Pattern

This three-quarter length kimono-style jacket was worn for extra warmth and/or protection while out and about. Its low, square neckline was designed to attractively frame the overlapping neckbands of the kimono and under-kimono worn underneath. Wear it as a dressy overcoat, casual coat-dress, and artist's or work smock, perfect for studio or garden tasks. Lengthened and made out of...
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Japanese Tabi Pattern

Japanese Tabi Pattern

These fabric slipper socks are traditionally worn with sandals or zori, to complete a Japanese outfit. They can also be worn with modern flip-flops or thong sandals as a unique fashion accessory that also provides warmth and protection for the toes, or by themselves as comfortable at-home slippers to protect your floors. NOTE: The Tabi pattern is also included in #129 Japanese Hapi & Haori....
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Korean Han Bok Costume Pattern

Korean Han Bok Costume Pattern

This is the traditional costume of Korea, composed of the chogori or short jacket and chima or full dress. Wear both components of the han-bok in the traditional way, the dress alone as a sheer summery sundress, or the jacket as a dramatic art-to-wear companion to a simple dress or tunic. Pattern includes historical notes about the Han-Bok and design motifs from different periods of Korea's...
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Little Folks Costume Pattern

Little Folks Costume Pattern

An international collection, featuring eight patterns and a variety of optional handwork techniques. Dress your sweeties up in a Japanese Kintaro, Mexican Dress and Baby Shirt, Korean Booties, Nepali Chupa, Moroccan Djellaba, or Turkish Tunic and Bloomers. Suggested fabrics: Light to medium-weight cottons such as broadcloth, batiste, muslin, corduroy, or flannel. Fits children up to 4 years.
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