Contains pattern diagram for chemise in all sizes, plus illustrated directions for petticoat, apron and handkerchief. Patterns included for short gown and pocket. One size short gown per pattern, bust sizes 32-50.
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Classic corset boning in a variety of sizes
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Wide steel bones for behind busks or figure support.
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Wide stiff steel bones for extra support and structure.
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Synthetic whalebone for corsets and costume in 6 sizes
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In the 18th century stays were worn to reshape the upper female torso. High fashion stays with shoulder straps were designed to create a fairly straig...
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During the 18th Century, a lady of fashion could choose from a variety of methods to extend the shape of the petticoat and gown. For example, she migh...
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The robe la fran aise was one of the most flattering gowns worn by ladies in the 18th century. Fitted closely to the torso in the front, the back of...
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Ladies Robe en Chemise with optional train, puffed or long
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C. 1790-1800 The first ...
This group of jackets uses one basic body with front, sleeve, cuff, skirt and length variations. Each view is composed of different pieces, and pieces...
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Also known as a Bib or Apron Front.This gown opens on both sides of the front, with the entire front bodice and part of the frontof the skirt falling ...
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