You need our full size paper patterns for Victorian Era Men's Army Mess Dress Jacket and Waistcoat for the 1850s through 1910s. Variations to conform to the 1856, 1868, 1881 and 1910s regulations included. Full instructions on how to build jacket according to period tailoring techniques included.Now with extra Downton Abbey goodness!Fits chests 34 -54 inches. All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.
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Synthetic whalebone for corsets and costume in 6 sizes
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The best corset eyelets and washers available.
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Viscose Cotton Jacquard with a tiny leaf woven motif, gorgeous lustre. Soft and delicate fabric for luxurious corset making.
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The tool to set eyelets and washers, no more tired hands.
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Classic straw braid in two colours.
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** This pattern is an updated version of the discontinued TV121 petticoat pattern.**The detachable train has been redesigned to work better and to fit...
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This bodice is designed after a style shown in an 1883 Haper's Bazar magazine. This style was also popular in the later 1880's and 1890's, as well. Th...
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This is a polonaise with a basque back, i.e. the back has an upper bodice section overlapping a lower section with poufs. The front buttons to the wai...
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Asymmetrical styles were very fashionable in the 1880's, as was the use of bordered laces and fabrics. This pattern combines the two elements beautifu...
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This skirt is drafted based on a garment as seen in an 1878 Arthur's Home Magazine. The front is in 3 gores, fitted at the waist with darts. The back ...
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