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  • Regency Era Fashion Plates: 1810-1819

    68 hand-colored fashion plates and descriptions from 1810-1819 from magazines such as The Ladies' Monthly Museum, La Belle Assemblee, Ackermann's Repository, and Costume Parisien.

  • 1805-1840 Ladies Regency and Romantic Era Corded Corset with Theatrical Version Corset and Chemise Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - 1805-1840 Ladies Regency and Romantic Era Corded Corset with Theatrical Version Corset and Chemise Pattern Ladies Regency and Romantic Era Corded Corset with Theatrical Version Corset and Chemise, in sizes 4 to 40 (bust 30 to 62, with complete size and fitting instructions) all in the envelope. Great for Sense and Sensibility, Jane [read more]

  • 1735-1740 Open Front Jacket (Size Medium 12-16)

    Sewing Pattern - 1735-1740 Open Front Jacket (Size Medium 12-16)(See PI424S and PI424L, and PI424XL for smaller sizes). 18th century. Laced jacket with stomacher for middle to upper class interpretations. Includes option for large sleeved cuffs. Appropriate for Georgian and American Revolutionary War. Sizes sm (6,8,10), med (12,14,16), lg (18,20,22 [read more]

  • 1800-1815 Bib Front Muslin Dress (Size Large 18-22)

    Sewing Pattern - 1800-1815 Bib Front Muslin Dress (Size Large 18-22) (See PI464S and PI464M for smaller or larger sizes). Available in sizes 6-22. Regency, Empire, Federalist, War of 1812. This new pattern is perfect for 1812 camp wear and other 19th century impressions. State size: 6-10, 12-16, 18-22. Diamond-back, high-waisted bodice with pinne [read more]

  • 1809 Daywear Gown Pattern (Size Medium 12-16)

    Sewing Pattern - 1809 Daywear Gown Pattern (Size Medium 12-16) (See PI460S and PI460L for smaller sizes). Typical gown of the Empire, Federalist or Regency era, made famous by Josephine and the daring ladies of the French court. This version features detachable lower sleeves. For daywear should be worn with a fichu. A Regency style corset enhances [read more]

  • 1806-1820 Napoleonic Era British Foot Soldier's Jacket Pattern - Size 3

    1806-1820 Napoleonic Era British Foot Soldier's Jacket Pattern - Size 3 (40" Chest). This pattern includes only this size indicated, but this pattern is available in army issue sizes 1 [36], 2 [38], 3 [40], 4[42] and modern sizes 5 [44], 6 [46]. Of 54 inch wool cloth the jacket: Sizes 1 and 2 require 1-2/3 Yds.; 3 requires 1-3/4 Yds., 4 and 5 requi [read more]

  • Pockets and Pinnier Apron Pattern

    Sewing Pattern -Pockets and Pinnier Apron Pattern. One size fits all. Pattern for bibbed or half apron. Pattern for plain pocket as well as two embroidered pockets. Great for Captain Jack Sparrow, Captain Barbossa, Colonial Army, War of 1812, American Revolutionary War, Blackbeard costume, Golden Age of Piracy Costume. Colonial Man, Colonial Revol [read more]

  • 18th Century Jackets Pattern (XL-18-20, Bust size 44-46")

    18th Century Jackets Pattern (XL-18-20, Bust size 44-46"). This pattern is a single size pattern; please reference the description for size included. This very special J. P. Ryan 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. Beca [read more]

  • Robe a la Francais (Medium- 12-16)

    Sewing Pattern - Robe a la Francais (Medium- 12-16). This pattern is a single size pattern; please reference the description for size included. Georgian, American Revolutionary War. As the name indicates, a gown made fashionable by the French during the Restoration period, featuring an elegant sack back. To be worn over panniers. Suitable for middl [read more]

  • 1750’s Coat with Military Variations for the Officer or Enlisted Man (40" Chest)

    1750's Coat with Military Variations for the Officer or Enlisted Man (40" Chest) This pattern is a single size pattern; please reference the description for size included. Appropriate for either civilian or military wear, this coat has very full skirts, deep cuffs, a straighter front line and roomier sleeves than coats worn in the 1770's and later. [read more]