Ladies Cloaks (PG-05)

Period: Colonial Description: Circa 1776 These cloaks/capes are known to have been popular and in general use during the American Revolution and each had particular distinguishing characteristics. The capes can be made with or without the hood. Both men and women wore Cloaks/Capes. Size & Fitting Info: All Sizes Included: [ 6 – 22 ] […]

Ladie’s Dress 1776 (PG-06)

Period: Colonial Description: Pattern includes Dress, Stomacher, Pettiskirt, and Farthingale. The dress is composed of the bodice, with stomacher, sleeves and skirt. The pettiskirt is made separately and stitched to a waistband, or a drawstring. The farthingale pattern is two small shaped pillows on a waistband. Size & Fitting Info: All Sizes Included: [ 10 […]

Girls Dress 1776 (PG-07)

Period: Colonial Description: Circa 1776 Pattern includes, Dress, Stomacher, and Pettiskirt. Girls dresses were snug fitting in the bodice, not tight. The sleeve had no extra fullness, it fit the biceps, was pointed at the elbow. The stomacher is stitched in place to the bodice, small hooks and eyelets attach it to the bodice left […]

Manuf. Info & Sizes

Pattern Manufacturer Information & Sizing Buckarro Bobbins Patterns [ 1700ā€™s ā€” 1900ā€™s ] Women, Men & ChildrenThese authentic vintage clothing patterns cover the Colonial, Fur Trade, Victorian, Civil War, Western Frontier , and in to the Vintage 1930ā€™s. They are designed for use by modern sewers. Easy to use with well illustrated instructions. Multi-sized patterns […]