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18th C. Accessories

This set of accessories is a must for every 18th C. lady! It includes: Diagrams, instructions and patterns for embroidered pocket, side hoops, hip roll, neck ruff, pinner cap, apron and bloomers (Bloomers are not period, but useful in hot or cold weather).

Details

Sizes S-Q included.

RH185    EURO 20.00

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Embroidered Pockets

These hanging pockets are easy to sew and sure to become your favourite 18th C. accessories. Large enough to hide away all those modern anachronisms. Also included is the pattern for embroidery.

Details

One size.

NP E12    EURO 6.00

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18th C. Fingerless Mittens

The short sleeved gowns of the 18th C. left the arms of their wearers uncovered. That’s why the fingerless mittens weren't just fashionable accessories, but provided warmth even in a cold homestead. This way a lady could keep herself warm while still being able to work on delicate projects like needlework or embroidery. The pattern is given in one modern size only. Because of its simple shape it is easy to adapt according to your needs if your size differs.

Details

Size 8 / Medium

NP E09    EURO 12.00

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Stockings, Pockets and Mittens

Pattern for constructed stockings for men or women, with instructions for custom fitting. Can be made of knitted cloth, or of linen cut on the bias (good for 17th, 18th, early 19th century). Five pocket styles, including three mid-18th century (English, Scotch, & Italian), and two second half 18th century from America. Also includes a pattern for women's common linen mitts, cut on the bias (one size).

Includes stocking sizes S-M-L-XL-2X-3X

KK6001    EURO 14.00

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Chemise

The chemise is an important part of the 18th C. outfit of every woman. This layer between skin and clothing keeps your corset clean of sweat and dirt and protects your body from dents.

Details

One size (up to bust 105 cm = 42").

NP E11     EURO 14.00

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Pocket Hoops

Pocket Hoops are your choice if you don't like the large paniers. They are easy to handle and fold up nicely when your sitting. Slits at the sides provide easy access to your hanging pockets which are worn below.

Details

You need 5 m = 5 1/2 yards steel boning and 12 caps, view our Category "Notions".

One size fits every lady.

NP E10     EURO 14.00

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Panier

Our panier gives your dress support and period correct shape. For the wide elliptical silhouette that is flat in the front typical for dresses of the first half of the 18th century.

Details

You need 16 m = 17 1/2 yards steel boning and 12 caps, view our Category "Notions".

One size fits every lady.

NP E07     EURO 16.00

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Half Boned Diderot Stays                                                  NEW: Large Sizes!

This pattern is based on illustrations given in Diderot's Encyclopedia for stays with straps. It comes with full instructions, you can choose between modern or period techniques. You can make the stays partially or fully boned. Details

You need: ca. 13 metres steel boning (depending on how heavy you'd like to bone your stays) available from our  Corsetry department. We recommend 11 mm wide boning.

Available in 2 packs, each including 3 sizes:

Small - Large Sizes:
german size 36 = Bust 84 cm = 33 1/2", Waist 63 cm = 25"
german size 38/40 = Bust 90 cm = 36", Waist 72 cm = 29"
german size 42/44 = Bust 98 cm = 39", Waist 88 cm =  35"

XLarge - XXLarge Sizes:
german size 46 = Bust 108 cm = 43", Waist 86 cm = 34 1/2"
german size 48 = Bust 119 cm = 47 1/2", Waist 90,5 cm = 36"
german size 50 = Bust 130 cm = 52", Waist 95 =  38"

NP E13    EURO 18.99

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18th Century Jumps or Leather Stays

Not every woman could afford to buy a fully boned pair of stays. Simple leather or linen stays were a cheap and comfortable alternative. This style is easy to make, with front and / or back laced and light boning. Perfect for work, undress or a first pair of stays. Comes with instructions to cut from leather or linen!

Sizes 8 (= Bust 81 cm / 32 1/2"), 10 (85 cm = 34"), 12 (90 cm = 36"), 14 (95 cm = 38"), 16 (100 cm = 40") or 18 (105 cm = 42"). One size per pack.

MF1    EURO 15.00

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Half Boned Strapless Stays

Gives you the perfect 18th C. shape. Can be half or fully boned and covered with fashion fabric as desired.

You need 16 m = 17 1/2 yards steel boning and 58 caps, view our Category "Notions".

Details

Sizes S, M oder L included.

PI511    EURO 19.00

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Strapless Stays

Though fully boned, these stays are designed for comfort and they offer support even to large busts. They give a cylindrical shape to the torso and allow full freedom of movement of the arms and shoulders. Fully illustrated directions included for any necessary alterations required to fit your figure.

Details

One size per pattern: US 8, 10, 12, 20 or 22.

JPR - Korsett    EURO 15.00

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Open Robe 1730-1760

Finally a well fitting pattern for this style, which was so very popular with women of all classes during the first half of the 18th century! The front is fastend by a stomacher, the back cut en fourreau (= in one piece) and pleated. This set also includes instructions for making a matching petticoat, plus patterns for two different sleeve options, a hip pad and a small hoop skirt!

The pattern is pulled from period originals and contemporary paintings.

Details

One size per pack: S (US size 8, UK 10, France 40 - Bust 92 cm, Waist 74 cm, Hip 98 cm), M (US size 10, UK 12, France 42 - B 96 cm, W 78 cm, H 102 cm) or L (US size 14, UK 16, France 46 - B 104 cm, W 86 cm, H 110 cm).

NPE 19    EURO 18.99

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Casaque (Robe Battande) 1720-1750

The fashionable ancestor of the Robe à la Française is cut in a loose fit and features the larger sleeve and deep cuff. The package also contains instructions to turn pattern into a full lenght Robe Battande like Watteau and De Troy pictured in numerous paintings.

Details

One size fits every lady (Bust 83-105 cm = 32"-44").

MF14 EURO 19.00


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Pet-en-l'air or Robe à la Française

The pet-en-l'air has a fitted torso without front waist seam, and a pleated sack back that extends from neckline to hem. The fit of the bodice is controlled by the lining. It has an under stomacher that laces closed in the front and ties to adjust the back. Pattern is for pet-en-l'air, three sleeve flounces and stomacher only. Instructions are included for extending the pet-en-l'air into a gown and for constructing a shaped petticoat which will hang evenly over pocket hoops.

This pattern is based on extant examples of sack gowns and pet-en-l'airs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Details

Two sizes per pack (US 6-8), (10-12), (14-16), (18-20) or (22-24).

JPR - Robe    EURO 20.00

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Robe à la Française 1770s

This style features the typical front closure of the late Française dresses without a stomacher. You deceide wether you'd like to make a full Robe, which can be worn à la Polonaise as well, or a Jacket version for undress wear. Instructions for making a matching petticoat, and patterns for pocket hoops and pinner cap are included as well.

Details

Sizes (US 8-14) or (16-20) per pack.

RH184    EURO 23.00

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Caraco

Long jacket which may be worn down or up a la polonaise, with optional ruching strip to be attached across center front to hold handkerchief in place.

Pattern is for caraco jacket and sleeve flounces, with diagrams for handkerchief and petticoat to be worn over side hoops or false rump.

Details

Two sizes per pack (US 6-8), (10-12), (14-16) or (18-20).

JPR - Caraco    EURO 20.00

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Caraco

A different version of the fashionable Caraco jacket, circa 1770-1790. Front closes without stomacher and can be decorated as desired. Includes long or short version .

Only available in one size (US 12-14 = Bust 90-95 cm / 36-38").

MF17 EURO 16.00

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Robe à la Polonaise and Petticoat

The Robe à la Polonaise was popular during the 1770s. The bodice is closed in front, the skirt can be pulled up in the back. Underneath a petticoat is worn that can be richly embellished (e.g. quilted, embroidered or ruched). Wear with a hip pad or over pocket hoops.

Details

Three sizes per pack (US 6-10), (12-16) or (18-22).

PI420    EURO 21.00

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18th C. Riding Habit

Patterns for Jacket, Waistcoat and Riding Skirt in the style of 18th C. men's miltary / hunting clothing. The skirt can be worn over pocket hoops.

Our customers have used this gown for riding, it works!

Details

Sizes (M-L) included.

RH151    EURO 23.00

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Riding Habit 1760-1770s

Package includes patterns for a tailored jacket with separate waistcoat and directions for making a matching petticoat. This ensemble is reminiscent of 18th C. men's fashions and was popular for riding and traveling.

Details

Sizes (US 8-10 = Bust 81-85 cm = 32 1/2-34") or (12-14 = 90-95 cm / 36-38")

MF15    EURO 23.00

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Habit Shirt 1710-1780

This ruffled blouse with stand-up collar is the ideal addition to your 18th C. Riding Habit. Fashioned after male habit shirts, the package contains two styles which are based on extant period examples, one from the first and one from the second half of the century.

Fits for sizes US 8-14. Instructions for enlarging the pattern are included.

NP E16    EURO 14.00

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Manteau-de-Lit

The Manteau-de-Lit or Bed-gown is an unfitted, T-shaped jacket with a shawl collar that continues into robings. It is knee-length, has seven-eighths length sleeves and underarm gussets. The bed-gown may be held closed using straight pins or an apron, for which directions are included. The bed-gown is fairly close fitting around the torso, and is reversible when lined. If you wish a looser fit, please make one size larger than you normally wear.

This kind of jacket was worn by all classes. For upper class representations you should use expensive fabrics.

Details

Size S (Bust 32-34” = 80-85 cm), M (36-38" = 90-95 cm) or L (40-42" = 100-105 cm), XL (44-46” = 110-115) or XXL (48-50” = 120-125 cm).

JPR - Manteau  EURO 18.00

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Ladies' Jackets for Undress Wear

This pattern contains 10 pattern pieces which may be combined to create an entire wardrobe of 18th century jackets. Four views are given, each for a different time period. Because all the pattern pieces, i.e. sleeves, cuffs, backs and front, were designed to fit together, you may create additional styles, based on your own personal research.

Details

Two sizes per pack (6-8), (10-12), (14-16), (18-20) or (22-24).

JPR - Jackets    EURO 20.00

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Open Front Jacket (1735-1740)

This pattern is for a jacket with front lacing, back pleating and false pocket flaps. Also included is a stomacher to be worn underneath the lacing.

Details

Sizes S or M in one envelope.

PI424    EURO 19.00

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Jacket 1760-1770

This jacket pattern is based on an extant original in the Snowshill Collection. It features a straight front and a tailored back with a flared skirt.

Details

Sizes S (6-8-10 = Brustumfang 67-81 cm = 26 1/2-32 1/2") or M (12-14-16 = Brustumfang 85-95 cm / 34-38") in one envelope.

PI421    EURO 19.00

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Lady's Jacket 1750-1780

Front closing jacket with back pleats and winged cuffs. Jackets were very popular with women of all social classes. The commonwoman wore them at work, the middle- and high-class lady for undress wear. Combine with a skirt worn with pocket hoops or hip pads.

Based on period examples and paintings.

Details

Package includes 3 sizes suitable for bust 88-96 cm = 35 1/4"- 38 1/2".

NPE18    EURO 17.00

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Lady's Jacket 1730s

Based on an extant garment in a private collection this jacket has the typical wide robings (lapels) of early 18th C. dresses. It has been suggested that the Jacket was made in the 1730s from a man's waistcoat and remade in the 1770s. The package contains a comprehensive booklet with sewing instructions and documentation of the extant garment.

Details

Sizes US 8-18 (Bust 32 1/2-40" = 80-102,5 cm) included.

FI107   EURO 18.00

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18th C. Middling Jacket

A pesant style jacket with front lacing to be worn by lower or middle class women. Includes directions for the skirt and pattern for kidney shaped pads that support the skirt instead of pocket hoops.

For matching headdresses see our set "Caps and Coif" NFF18101!

Details

Sizes Bust (75-90 cm = 30-36") or (95-110 cm = 38-44") in one envelope.

W206    EURO 19.50

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Commonwoman's Set circa 1740-1760

Everything you need for the wardrobe of a commonwoman: a lined mantelet with two sleeves versions, "French" and "English" styles shifts, plus instructions for petticoat, neckerchief and apron with two bib styles.

Details

Four sizes included from bust size 36"-42" = 90-105 cm.

NFF18102    EURO 25.00

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Basic Six Piece Wardrobe

A complete set of 18th century common woman's clothes. Contains pattern diagram for chemise in all sizes, plus illustrated directions for petticoat, apron and handkerchief. Patterns included for short gown and pocket.

One size short gown per pattern. Order in:

Size S (32-34” = 80-85 cm), M (Bust 36-38” = 90-95 cm), L ( 40-42” = 100-105 cm), XL (44-46” = 110-115) or XXL (48-50” = 120-125 cm).

JPR - Basic      EURO 17.00

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Robe à l’Anglaise 1760-1785

Based on similar gowns in collections worldwide, this pattern produces two popular styles of the 18th century: a dress à la polonaise as an open robe with petticoat (View A) and en fourreau as round gown with an apron front. Quick and easy to construct, the Robe à l’Anglaisecan take you from encampment to ballroom, depending on your choice of fabrics and trimmings. Included in each package is a small sleeve flounce pattern, not shown in illustration, plus diagrams with instructions for making a petticoat to be worn over hoops or a false rump.

One size per pack US 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 or 22.

JPR-Anglaise      EURO 20.00

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Open Robe 1771-1785

Dress with center front closure and open skirt, worn with petticoat. The socalled Open Robe was a popular style during the third quarter of the 18th century. This pattern is based on an extant garment in an american collection, but probably of british origin. It has been dated to ca. 1771-1785. A concise documentation is included in the attractive booklet that contains the sewing instructions. Details

Sizes US 8-18 (Bust 32 1/2-40" = 80-102,5 cm) included.

FI101    EURO 26.00

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Levite 1785-1795

Elegant short sleeved overdress worn during the last decades of the 18th century as Manteau with the popular Chemise Dress. Makes a perfect promenade dress our afternoon toilet. Use silk taffeta, Chintz or similar fabrics to turn this pattern into a sumptuous evening robe. Details

Sizes Bust 30-36” = 75-90 cm or 38-44" = 95- 110 cm included.

W209    EURO 14.00

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Dresses of the late Rococo

Patterns for 3 dresses in one package: (from left to right) Polonaise, Lévite and Round Gown. Also included are instructions for a plain or ruffled petticoat.

Sizes (S-L) or (XL-Q) included.

RH285    EURO 24.00

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Robe à l´Anglaise

Dress of the late 18th century with bum pad and stomacher. The matching hat is in the category "Hats &. Accessories".

Sizes (Bust 32-36" = 80-90 cm) or ( Bust 38-44" = 95-110 cm) per pack.

W207   EURO 23.00

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Summer Chemise

This style was the fashionable breakthrough in the last decades of the 18th century adopted throughout Europe. The one-piece dress is worn with chemise, stays and an underdress to make sure the thin cottons used for this style won't be to revealing. Use a coloured sash to tie at the waist. Details

One size fits every lady.

W208    EURO 19.00

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Chemise Dress

A simple dress often made from muslin which could be worn open or closed. Pattern for sash included. This kind of dress was made popular by Marie Antoinette and her court and was worn in the last decades of the 18th century.

Sizes (S-M-L-XL-Q) included.

RH186    EURO 17.99

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1790s Jacket

This elegant jacket pattern of the Directoire period is based on a period original in the possession of Kyoto Costume Institute, Japan. A style typical of the last decade of the 18th Century, the jacket features buttoned cuffs, narrow 2-piece sleeves, wide scalloped collar  and a double-breasted front closure. The pattern comes with full instructions, also for a matching petticoat to complete your new favorite walking costume!

Details

Comes in 5 Sizes:
German size 38 (= US size 8, UK 10, FR 40 - Bust 88 cm, Waist 70 cm)
40 (= US size 10, UK 12, France 42 - B 92 cm, W 74 cm)
42 (= US size 12, UK 14, France 44 - B 96 cm, W 78 cm)
44 (= US size 14, UK 16, France 46 - B 100 cm, W 81.5 cm)
46 (= US size 16, UK 18, France 48 - B 104 cm, W 86 cm)

NP20    EURO 17.00

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1790s Redingote

The Redingote, with its name deriving from the english "Riding Coat", is a late 18th C. coat-style dress, inspired by menswear of the period. It soon became a favorite walking costume amongst ladies throughout Europe. Our pattern is based on costume studies and period fashion plates. It features a pelerine, two front options and skirt with front opening. Instructions for a matching petticoat are also included!

Details

Comes in 5 Sizes:
German size 38 (= US size 8, UK 10, FR 40 - Bust 88 cm, Waist 70 cm)
40 (= US size 10, UK 12, France 42 - B 92 cm, W 74 cm)
42 (= US size 12, UK 14, France 44 - B 96 cm, W 78 cm)
44 (= US size 14, UK 16, France 46 - B 100 cm, W 81.5 cm)
46 (= US size 16, UK 18, France 48 - B 104 cm, W 86 cm)

NP21    EURO 17.00

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Mantelet

This light weight short cape was an essential of the 18th century woman's wardrobe, available in a multitude of color and fabric choices. Many women preferred it over the heavy full size cloak. Woolen Mantelets provide warmth during winter time, made up of silk they stay cool in the summer.

One size fits every lady.

NP E15 EURO 14.00

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Cloak with Hood

This cloak is easy to sew and looks beautiful even with a wide pair of Pocket Hoops or a Panier.

One size.

PI425    EURO 18.00

Caps and Coifs 1700 - 1820

are now available from a new department allowing more room to these important fashion accessories!

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Men's 18th Century Hats and Caps

Patterns for a workman's cap, a canadian cap (which was also worn in Europe as housecap - as seen in Hogarth's paintings) and a scottish bonnet. Also includes full instructions for trimming tri-corns (perfect for our hat blanks) and making cockades!

One size.

SF204     EURO 8.00

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Men’s Accessories 1740-1830

Package includes full scale patterns and directions for: Linen Neck Stock with three views for different buckle styles (neck sizes 13-1/2 through 19-1/2 inches = 33,5 - 48,5 cm), Apron with waistcoat button-hole and ties (S-M-L-XL), Mittens (cloth, leather or fur, sizes 3XS – 4XL), Hood with button face flaps, flares onto shoulders, Linen Night Cap, Folded Pocketbook two or four section styles, and Tied Pocketbook,with scalloped flap, in one or two section styles, with suggested needlework patterns and directions for making a Wallet (a bag used to carry goods and belongings over the shoulder, not illustrated on cover).

KK4001    EURO 14.00

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Gentlemen's Cloak

This elegant unlined cloak is based on an extant example from New England. Similar cloaks were also in use throughout Europe since many men preferred the sleeveless cloaks over the overcoats.
A cloak is perfect to protect your valuable clothes against wind and weather. Buying new clothes ment a financial strain especially for the not so well-off, so keeping your wardrobe in good state was of great importance.

One size fits every gentlemen.

NPE17    EURO 16.99

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Great Coat

Double breasted men's coat offering different collar styles and shoulder cape variations. Protects the gentleman from wind and dampness - perfect for a walk outside or a horse-back ride.

One size (fits up to chest size 110 cm = 44").

MF4     EURO 21.00

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1750s Coat with Military Variations for the Officer or Enlisted Man

This elegant frock coat will complete the civil outfit of every gentleman. Pocket flaps and wide cuffs. Use that special fabric or decorations for upper class representations or a make simple version for the lower classes.

Sizes chest (40" = 100 cm), (42" = 105 cm), (44" = 110 cm), (46" = 115 cm), (48" =120 cm), (50" = 125 cm) or (52" = 130 cm).

JPR - Coat    EURO 24.00

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Frock Coat

Complete your civilian outfit of the second half of the 18th century with this elegant frock coat. It is suitable for lower to upper class depictions by varying fabric and embellishments.

Sizes S (chest 34- 38" = 85-95 cm), M (40-44" = 100-110 cm) oder L (46-50" = 115-125 cm).

PI731     EURO 22.00

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1770-1780 Frock Coat

Gentleman's coat with collar, which can be made in either a fancy or sporting style. Appropriate for all but the most formal occasions, 1770 - 1780. With adjustment instructions for long and short sizes and fully illustrated instructions.

Based on an original in the collection of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Sizes chest (40" = 100 cm), (42" = 105 cm), (44" = 110 cm), (46" = 115 cm) and (48" = 120 cm).

JPR - Frock    EURO 22.00

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Regimental Coat

Pattern for a period correct military coat from revolutionary war America (1775-1783). This style is very versatile and can be easily adopted to your regiment's colors. See men's department below for matching waistcoat and pants.

You can also use this pattern for civilian styles! Details

Alle sizes included (= chest 36 - 50" = 90 - 125 cm).

SF201    EURO 17.00

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1790s Fraque

This pattern was created from an original garment in Nehelenia's private collection: a suit consisting of frock coat and matching breeches originating from the French Provence, which can be dated to c. 1798 through original documents obtained with the garments. The coat's style is typical of post revolutionary French fashion, with its small skirts, cutaway front edges barely meeting on the chest, a high stand-up collar and large fabric covered buttons. Details

The pack contains patterns and detailed instructions for the frock coat accompanied by colour photographs of the original garment leading you through the process of recreating a truly authentic garment. The frock coat is sewn by hand using period techniques, but can be machine sewn as well.

Includes 6 sizes: Chest 95 - 120 cm = 38 - 48".

NP22    EURO 24.00

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Man's Double-Breasted Short Jacket

Jackets like these were worn by seafares as well as by working class man and sportsmen of the second half of the 18th century. Based on contemporary illustrations as well as an in-depth study of original garments, this jacket features a full lining, welted pocket, a neck edging detail, as well as three sleeve variations. Suggestions included for altering to fit the "mature" male figure.

Includes sizes (chest) 38-40-42-44-46-48-50 inches (=95-125 cm).

Details

KK4551    EURO 17.00

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1770s Embroidered Waistcoat

What an attractive package! If you ever dreamed of making your own embroidered waistoat this set is for you. Package contains patterns from size S-XL plus charts of all embroidery designs needed to complete the garment. Designer Lynn McMasters offers a free online tutorial to guide you through the sewing process.

Sizes S-XL (Chest 85 - 120 cm = 34 - 48") included!

L46    EURO 15.00

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1750-1770s Waistcoat

This original waistcoat pattern is fashioned after three extant examples and may be made up in a variety of ways: sleeved or sleeveless, long or short. The longer, sleeved version is most appropriate for earlier impressions, whereas the shorter version is a correct length for the 1770s. You may also make a shorter sleeved waistcoat or a longer sleeveless waistcoat. Both sleeved and sleeveless waistcoats were worn in either period. Details

Sizes chest (40" = 100 cm), (42" = 105 cm), (44" = 110 cm), (46" = 115 cm) and (48" = 120 cm).
JPR - Waistcoat     EURO 18.00

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Waistcoat

Single breasted waistcoat in two styles: long or short. Suitable for 1760-1780.

Sizes (M-XL) included.

RH150    EURO 18.00

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Regimental Waistcoat

Pattern for a regimental waistocat from revolutionary war America (1775-1783). Easily adopted to the colors of your regiment and suitable for civilian wear as well! Includes sleeved and sleeveles styles. The sleeved version is perfect for working wear. Details

Alle sizes included (= chest 36 - 50" = 90 - 125 cm).

SF202    EURO 15.00

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Breeches

A style of knee breeches worn from early 18th Century until the 1770's. Buttoned down fall front.

Waist sizes (34-40" = 85-100 cm).

RH203    EURO 18.00

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Breeches

Men's fall front breeches, with front pockets, optional waistband watch pocket and tabs for knee buckles. These breeches have a mid-18th century fit, with a short rise, fitting the torso lower in the front than in the back.

Waist sizes (30-32” = 75-80 cm), (34-36” = 85-90 cm), (38-40" = 95-100 cm), (42-44" = 105-110 cm) or (46-48 =115-120 cm) per pack.

JPR - Breeches    EURO 18.00

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Breeches 1770-1800

Common or dress breeches with an option for workingman's overalls are worn above the hip. Features buttoned pockets and fall front. Optional watch pocket.

Details

Sizes (Waist 28- 30" = 70-75 cm) or (32-34” = 80-85 cm) per pack.

MF8    EURO 17.00

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Man's Outer Breeches "Slops" 1750-1820

A protective garment used by sailors (even pirates), fishermen, farmers and field workers, generally worn over breeches or trousers. Based on original garments and contemporary illustrations. Side pocket slits to reach breeches pockets. Center front opening without fly buttons. Laced vent in back of waistband. View A has optional watch pocket or watch pocket access flap (to reach breeches watch pocket). View B has pleated front and wider waistband.

Details

Includes waist sizes 32-34-36-38-40-42-44-46-48-50-52 inches (= 80 - 130 cm).

KK4304    EURO 16.00

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Military Overalls

Long pants with broadfall front from revolutionary war America (1775-1783). Easily adopted to the style your regiment uses! And if your not in the mood for war, use the pattern to make civilian Pantalons. Details

Alle sizes included (= Waist 30 - 48" = 75 - 120 cm).

SF203 EURO 15.00

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Men's Blanket Shirt

Just perfect for the working man! Shirts like this were made from durable fabrics (like wool) and worn over the usual linen shirt and waistcoat to protect these garments from dust and dirt. Blanket Shirts also provided warmth on chilly days. They are well documented in period pictures of workers. Details

Sizes S-M (Chest 85 - 90 cm = 34 - 36"), M-L (90 - 100 cm = 38 - 40") and XL-K (115 - 130 cm = 46 - 52") included!

RH707    EURO 12.00

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Shirt

Man's pullover shirt with shoulder reinforcement panels, neck and underarm gussets, to be made plain for the common man or fancy with chest and wrist ruffles for the gentleman.

Sizes (XS-S-M) or (M-L-XL).

JPR - Shirt    EURO 16.00

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English Style Man's Shirt 1750-1800

This shirt pattern is based on original eighteenth century English cutting instructions, with construction techniques from various original shirts. Includes directions for optional variations of bosom and sleeve ruffles, detailed instructions and historical information.

Sizes XS-XXXL included!

KK4101    EURO 15.00

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18th Century French style Man's Shirt

Oh la la! You'll look fabulous even in undress wear when having this shirt on. And the package contains even more than the shirt pattern. Included are: French style man's shirt with two styles of sleeves, front and cuff ruffles, french neck stock in four versions, work cap plus instructions for cravat and neckerchief.

All Sizes included.

NFH18001     EURO 24.90

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Banyon

Gentlemen's 18th Century informal, at-home wear. The banyan was worn over shirt, waistcoat and breeches. Also included are patterns for a matching cap which was worn at home after taking off the wig.

Sizes (S-M-L-XK-K) included.

RH152    EURO 16.99

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French Soldier or Commonman's Clothes

Pattern is suitable for military or civilian representations. It includes a Military Cap, a sleeved Waistcoat, Breeches and Underpants plus detailed information about fabrics, colours, decorations, accessories and so on.

Includes chest sizes (38-46" = 95-115 cm) and waist sizes (30-38" = 75-95 cm)

NFM1750    EURO 26.00

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Surtout Coat and Canadian Hooded Coat (Capot)

Also known as the Canadian Hooded Coat, or capote, the pattern includes the coat, and hooded coat with large cuffs in two lengths. Suitable for military and militiamen doing the Seven Years War 1754-1761 and civilan interpretations as well!

Includes chest sizes (38-46" = 95-115 cm) and waist sizes (30-38" = 75-95 cm)

NFM1755    EURO 25.00

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Infant Gown

Worn by infants - boys and girls - throughout the 18th century, this gown can be made fine for special occasions such as Christenings or simple for everyday wear. Includes shirt diagrams, and shirt and petticoat directions.

Details

One size fits 3-9 months.

MF20 EURO 15.00

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18th Century Doll

How about a family project? This package includes full scale doll carving diagrams and full scale patterns for a complete outfit as well. Suitable as a lovley toy or fashion doll / mannequin, which was used to display the latest fashions and could have been sent from court to court, from elegant household to household.

Details

Finished doll measures approximately 12 inches.

MF24    EURO 10.00

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Girls Wardrobe 1675-80 &. 1750-60

This essential set will save you time and money. The patterns included will make you two complete sets of clothes for girls of the Baroque or Rococo era without the efforts of scaling  adult patterns them down to the appropriate size. The package contains: Shift and pockets, two styles of lined bodice, two styles of cap, cape, instructions for apron and petticoats and instructions for neckerchief and collar.

4 Sizes included (Bust 67,5 - 80 cm / 27 - 32", Waist 57,5 - 65 cm / 23-26").

NFE 1718F     EURO 35.00

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Girls 18th Century Gown

Suitable for 1770-1790. The Gown can be made as a bodice and skirt to allow for growth. Pattern includes three dress styles, pocket, pinner and side hoops.

Sizes (8-14) included.

RH102   EURO 20.00

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Child's Cape

This hooded cape is suitable for boys and girls. Slits in the front seams allow movement of arms without getting cold.

Sizes (4-14) included.

RH106    EURO 16.00

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Boys Cloak 1790-1825

This style derives from men's fashion of the time. The coat protects its little wearer from the cold, the shoulder cape offers additional protection from dampness. Matches perfectly a military style Skeleton Suit (AM005 -  in the Regency Department).

Size 86-104 cm (2-4 Years) - easy to size-up!

AM004    EURO 18.00

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Boys Wardrobe 1675-80 &. 1750-60

An essential wardrobe suitable for the Baroque and Rococo period. No more scaling down of adult patterns, this package contains all you need to make: a french style shirt, a sleeveless waistcoat, two styles of waistcoats with sleeves, two styles of breeches and a cap. Also included are instructions for cravat and neckerchief.

4 Sizes included (Chest 67,5 - 77,5 cm / 27 - 31", Waist 60 - 67,5 cm / 24 - 27").

NFE 1718G     EURO 35.00

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Boys 18th Century Clothes

The package contains patterns for shirt, waistcoat and breeches.

Sizes (8-16) included.

RH107    EURO 20.00

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Boys 18th Century Frock Coat

Day coat or dress coat circa 1770-1785. Designed to go with the boy's breeches, waistcoat and shirt. This will complete your young man's outfit!

Details

Sizes 6-7 (chest 25-26" = 62,5 - 65 cm), 8-9 (27-28" = 67,5 - 70 cm) or 10-11 (29-30" = 72,5 - 75 cm ) per pack.

MF25     EURO 18.00