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Pattern Review 7/14/13 7:00 PM
Self Drafted Pattern - 87314-1003 Jennifer Rosburgh's Tutorial
Pattern Description: "Anyone who’s done research on historical clothing has surely come across the garments that support the silhouette. This is especially true for the Romantic Era (1820s & 30s) and Early Victorian time (1837-1850s). Corsets & chemises aside, you’ve probably uncovered the elus... more...
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Pattern Review 7/14/13 6:53 PM
Self Drafted Pattern - 87314-1002 FoundationsRevealed tutorial
Pattern Description: "Perfectly fitting patterns at last! Muhahaha! One of the most frustrating challenges in corsetmaking is to get the darn thing to fit properly. Corsets are such unforgiving, tightly fitted garments that a good one must have a perfect fit; there's no room for error. After gett... more...
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Pattern Review 7/14/13 3:06 PM
Simplicity - 1687 Misses' & Miss Petite Dress Project Runway Collection
Pattern Description: (from the pattern) "Misses’ and Miss Petite dress with seamed bodice and pleated, flared skirt. Design elements include upper bodice with neckline and back variations and long or cap sleeves. Great for day or evening." Pattern Sizing: 4-6-8-10-12 OR 12-14-16-18-20 Did it lo... more...
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Pattern Review 5/31/13 2:48 PM
Truly Victorian - TV361 Butterfly Train
Pattern Description: The Butterfly detachable train is a separate garment that attaches to any existing skirt, forming a bow or "butterfly" at the back of the bodice and then falling gracefully to the floor in poufs. This train was very popular in 1883-1887. It is perfect for a wedding gown, or tur... more...
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Pattern Review 5/27/13 2:01 PM
Truly Victorian - 142 Walking Cage Crinoline
Pattern Description: The walking cage crinoline is a mid-sized support foundation for the period of 1856-1866. Called a "cage" because of the cage-like appearance created by the hoop wires and vertical support tapes, this type of crinoline offers maximum support capabilities for a perfect shape, co... more...
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