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Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for men's falling band, men..
In the early Regency period, the style was to discard corsetry and appear "as nature intended". But..
Full size paper patterns for 1670s-1690s Bodiced Gown based on extant English examples. Trained and ..
Full size paper pattern for the Closed Robe Anglais or Gown en fourreau with stomacher or closed fro..
Popular from the 1750's thru the 1770's. Pattern includes pet-en-l'air, sleeve flounces and stomache..
Full size paper pattern for the ubiquitous Sacque or Robe à la Française also modernly called the "W..
Full size paper pattern for the Open Robe Anglais or Gown en fourreau with stomacher as worn in the ..
The most versatile gown of the 18th century! Quick and easy to construct, the Robe Ã lâ€™Angl..
Simple day dress fashionable circa 1770-1785. Can be fully trimmed for evening wear. Includes direct..
The dress styles, the robe Ã l' AnglaÃse and the short gown or compÃ©re. The pattern inst..
The jacket was called a bodice. Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and histor..
Full size paper patterns and detailed instructions for Women's Upper Class English Jacket and Pettic..
For Undress Wear, this very special J. P. Ryan pattern contains 10 pattern pieces which may be combi..
Derived from Nancy Bradfield's Costume in Detail, 1760-1775 and the right-hand view is based on Cost..
Complete instructions for knitting socks, mittens, gloves, and a voyageur hat...
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