When early 20th century women began motoring across America in the new automobiles, they needed something to protect their fancy finery from the dust and grime of the rough roadways. The sensible and fashionable solution was this loose-fitting, unlined, Princess-seamed duster, which is still stylishly sleek today. Suggested fabrics:Heavyweight cotton or blends, such as poplin, corduroy, or denim; suit-weight linen; wool gabardine or blends; water-repellent fabrics.
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Traditional pressing aids, also good for corsetry.
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Small metal joints for making hoops from steel boning.
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Two part steel busks, tapered towards the top.
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Point presser and Clapper combined.
Great value tailoring tool
- Use clapper to flatten bulky facing/collar edges, points, pleats and button hol...
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The perfect tool for grading corset seams.
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Reed for museum, authentic, historical stays.
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Bring out the cowgirl in you! Equestrian women of the early 20th century, who were determined to ride astride rather than sidesaddle, wore these divid...
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Synthetic whalebone for corsets and costume in 6 sizes
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Classic hat pattern from Lynn McMasters
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This is a double breasted habit bodice taken from an 1883 tailoring guide. This was one style that was very popular during the late bustle era, and is...
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