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Mill Farm Woman's European Bedgown

Mill Farm Woman's European Bedgown

These are seen in portraits closed by tying an apron over the bedgown which eliminates the need for a pin closure. The pattern has one general size...
$12.00

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Woman's Gown A Robe Polonaise circa 1770-1785

Woman's Gown A Robe Polonaise circa 1770-1785

This pattern may be used to make a simple day gown with the option to wear it 'a la polonaise' or tucked up at the hips. Included are directions for...
$14.00

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Two Strapped High-Waisted Upper Petticoats c. 1798-1825

Two Strapped High-Waisted Upper Petticoats c. 1798-1825

This pattern provides a full size pattern, clear pictures illustrating construction and the stitches used to make an upper high-waisted petticoat....
$15.00

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Mill Farm Woman's Riding Habit, Jacket and Waistcoat

Mill Farm Woman's Riding Habit, Jacket and Waistcoat

This c. 1740-1780 riding habit was first used for active sport but increasingly became fashionable for traveling and informal outdoor leisurewear....
$17.00

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JP Ryan Caraco Ca. 1770-1785, Size 6-8

JP Ryan Caraco Ca. 1770-1785, Size 6-8

Long jacket which may be worn down or up à la Polonaise, with optional ruching strip to be attached across center front to hold handkerchief in...
$18.00

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Kannik's Korner Woman's Bedgown 1730-1770

Kannik's Korner Woman's Bedgown 1730-1770

Bed gowns were worn by working women and do not require stays for a good fit. Includes sizes are XS to XXXL. Made in the USA. For Your Convenience ...
$18.00

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Ladies' Robe En Chemise c. 1790-1800

Ladies' Robe En Chemise c. 1790-1800

Ladies' Robe En Chemise with Optional Train, Puffed and Long Sleeves, and Two Bodice Options, Structured Style c. 1790-1800 The first types of Robe...
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Ladies' Round and Trained Gown c. 1800-1810

Ladies' Round and Trained Gown c. 1800-1810

Ladies' Round and Trained Gown with High Stomacher Front c. 1800-1810 Also Known as a Bib or Apron Front with 6 sleeve and 3 Bodice Variations This...
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Ladies' Wrapping Front Gown c. 1798-1813

Ladies' Wrapping Front Gown c. 1798-1813

Ladies' Wrapping Front Gown with Optional Train, Redingote and Tunic c. 1798-1813 View A is a low stomacher apron front style trained or untrained...
$18.00

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Larkin and Smith Bed Gown c. 1760s-1770s

Larkin and Smith Bed Gown c. 1760s-1770s

This bed gown pattern is based on original English bed gowns c. 1770s. The bed gown is fully lined with long sleeves that can be turned up to make a...
$18.00

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