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Boned hanging pockets which tie around the waist. One size fits all. Ideal for ball gowns. Hoops col..
Full size paper patterns for 1730s through 1760s Lady's Riding Outfit also worn when traveling. Coat..
Full size paper patterns for 1770s and 1780s military-styled Lady's Riding Outfit also worn when tra..
Tailored jacket with separate waistcoat. Includes directions for making petticoat. Popular for ridin..
The 18 th century riding habit was composed of 3 pieces: jacket, waistcoat and petticoat...
Includes all sizes S-XXLThe habit shirt was worn by ladies in the 18th century with the riding..
Second Half of the 18th Century (1750-1800) English Style Shift (Chemise). A full size pattern of t..
1790-1820. This is an English style shift. Sizes S through XXL included...
1600s style shirts and shifts. Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and histori..
A comfortable, functional, working cloak. Just right for cool days and chilly nights! Based on orig..
Full size paper patterns for late 17th century stays (corsets) based on two extant English examples...
Half-boned stays with shoulder straps, designed to give the torso a conical shape. These stays compr..
Front and/or back laced, lightly boned undergarment. A garment that is perfect for work, undress or ..
These stays or jumps are "working woman" stays, allowing for bending and working while being properl..
Strapless stays, designed for comfort, give a cylindrical shape to the torso and allow full freedom ..
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