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Full size paper patterns for Men's and Women's accessories from the Golden Age of Piracy 1680-1725. ..
Contains Patterns For: Three styles of caps, long lappets cap (cornette) and coif Lined waistcoat (m..
Contains pattern diagram for chemise in all sizes, plus illustrated directions for petticoat, apron ..
The Manteau-de-Lit or Bed-gown is an unfitted, T-shaped jacket with a shawl collar that continues in..
Loose unfitted garment with a V style neckline. Great for maternity wear. All sizes 12-18 in one pac..
Woman's Bedgown "Manteau de Lit" - 1730-1770. A full scale pattern, based on the text and illustrat..
c. 1760-1800 Working class English style cap and bonnet. 3 sizes for cap and 2 sizes for bonnet incl..
The dormeuse, or French night cap, was especially popular in the 1770's. This style was also referr..
As seen in Hogarth's Engraving "The Harlot's Progress...
Dutch style cap to be worn with ears turned forward or back. One size fits all...
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for coifs, forehead cloths,..
This full scale pattern includes two day caps which are based on originals, and four bonnet styles i..
Everyday Headwear from 1740 until 1820. View A: Round Eared Cap has several variations, including si..
Fashionable jacket circa 1770-1790. Includes long or short version. Only available in size 12/14 at ..
Long jacket which may be worn down or up a la polonaise, with optional ruching strip to be attached ..
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