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  • Tudor Era Headdresses, C. 1490-1580 A.d Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - Period Patterns number 52, Tudor Era Headdresses, c. 1490-1580 A.D., contains patterns for 17 different headdresses. Use this pattern with PP41, PP46, PP51, and PP56. Even in headdresses, the Renaissance was much more individualistic than the Middle Ages had been. Many radically different styles of headdresses were fashionable duri [read more]

  • Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns, c. 1470-1505. provides patterns for 7 gowns & 1 tabard (sizes 8-18). Two have split skirts. underskirts, and stomachers, to fake an underdress. The underskirts and stomachers can be left off, replaced by a real underdress. Four of the gown patterns have sleeves that tie on. The Renaissance of the [read more]

  • Bags, Purses and Pouches, C. 650-1650 Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - Period Patterns number 93, Bags, Purses and Pouches, c. 650-1650. Bags, purses and pouches were essential when the use of pockets in clothing was unknown, only the rich had secure storage for their small valuable items. As with other necessary items of clothing specialized pouches developed, such as hunting bags (to hold game); pil [read more]

  • 1770's Cloak with hood Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - 1770's Cloak with hood Pattern. Multisized 6-18. Semi-Circle mid calf length cape with hood; hooks at the neck. Optional front arm slits. Colonial, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Western, Victorian, Edwardian and Regency. Great for Game of Thrones Costume, Eddard Stark, Sean Bean, Arryn, Baratheon, Greyjoy, Lannister, Stark, Tully, [read more]

  • Woman's German Puff-and-slash Renaissance Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - Period Patterns number 46, Woman's German Puff-and-Slash, c. 1500-1545 A.D. Woman's styles in early Renaissance Germany developed from the Italian Renaissance styles but like the men's fashions, went far beyond the Italian creations. Cartridge pleating was used extensively at the waist, and guards (trim of a contrasting fabric) bec [read more]

  • Diagrams for 1300 - 1900's Woman's Long and Short Cloak

    Diagrams - Instructions and Measurements to create a1300 - 1900's Woman's Long and Short Cloak. Sizes: One- adjusted by length. Directions and Cutting and measurement diagram only. 18th Century Cloak.Options for lined and unlined. Instructions and suggestions for a variety of closures. Historic documentation included. Edwardian, Civil War, Western [read more]

  • 15th Century Women's Kirtle & Sleeves Pattern

    Sewing Pattern to make 15th Century Women's Kirtle & Sleeves Pattern. This Reconstructing History Pattern is for fifteenth century kirtle and sleeves for late medieval common woman or under-dress for high medieval noblewoman. 15th century Women's Kirtle & Sleeves. Complete pattern for Kirtle and sleeves. Fits busts 30 1/2"-48" and waists 23"-41". A [read more]

  • Early Tudor Woman's Gowns, C. 1490-1535 Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - Period Patterns number 51, Early Tudor Woman's gowns, c. 1490-1535. Includes patterns for 5 gowns (sizes 6-20). The Tudor period marked the beginning of the Renaissance in England, and fashion (especially after 1509) reflected the change. Henry VII, who usurped the throne in 1485, was extremely frugal, and fashion changed slowly du [read more]

  • Medieval Military Garments Patterns

    Sewing Pattern - Period Patterns number 101, Medieval Military Garments. Medieval Military Garments Chain mail and plate armor were very expensive, and economically unfeasible for the average soldier of the Middle Ages. Most had to make do with padded garments. But even those who could afford armor had to wear padded garments underneath for comfort [read more]

  • Women's Undergarments, Ruffs, Collars & Cuffs Pattern

    Sewing Pattern - Women's Undergarments, Ruffs, Collars & Cuffs . Chemises were worn for comfort, to keep body dirt off the outer clothes, and for sleeping. They were also often allowed to show for decoration at the neck, wrist and/or through slashes in the sleeve (PP41, PP51 & PP56). Corsets, farthingales (hooped petticoats) and bumrolls reshaped t [read more]