DIY Dress kit- 1830s Era

$115.00$145.00

Are you a sewist? Do you like to make your own historical clothing? We are here to help! Maggie May Clothing is excited to announce we are partnering with Past Patterns to bring you THE BEST in D.I.Y historical fashion!

With this D.I.Y. kit, you will receive:

  1. one copy of the multi sized paper pattern
  2. 7.5 or 10 yards (depending on size) YOUR CHOICE 44/45″ wide reproduction cotton fabric.* Please specify FABRIC DESCRIPTION at checkout.
  3. 2 yards lightweight cotton muslin for lining
  4. 4 yards cotton cording for self made piping
  5. NOT INCLUDED are closures, trims/embellishments, boning, or thread. Please purchase additional yardage separately for ruffles, ruchings, and other self made trims not included in the main pattern.

*Kit pricing includes cotton fabric only. Linen and wool fabric subject to additional fees.

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Description

Maggie May Clothing is partnering with Past Patterns Pattern Co. to bring you the absolute BEST in DIY historical sewing! We have drawn from Saundra Altman’s meticulously researched historical sewing patterns and curated for you a collection of sewing patterns specifically suited to reproducing every day wear for ladies and children.

Past Patterns is THE STANDARD in historical pattern making and has been providing us the most authentic and historically accurate sewing patterns since 1979.  We are pairing each carefully selected pattern with our collection of reproduction historical print fabrics to bring you the highest quality materials for all your D.I.Y. needs!

The fabrics shown in the image galleries are used for example. They may or may not be available at the time of purchase. Please be sure to SPECIFY YOUR CHOICE of fabric by including the FABRIC NUMBER at checkout.

Pattern Details:

The 1830’s Full High Gown is copied from an original in The Hermitage Clothing Collection.

The Hermitage gown is dated to the 1830’s by its rectangular skirt panels and dropped shoulders with gigot sleeves. In 1836 the gigot sleeves became unfashionable and were replaced with a sleeve that had fullness below the elbow. Before 1836, fashion plates illustrated the hem at ankle length, but after 1836 the hem descended to the instep.

The gown closes in the back with four hooks and eyes; one at the neck and three on the waistband.

Additional information

Size

8-20, 22-26