Patterns for Early 20th Century, Edwardian, Roaring 20s

Patterns for Early 20th Century, Edwardian, Roaring 20s
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    Folkwear Pattern #122 Hong Kong Cheongsam
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    Patterns - Folkwear #202 Victorian Shirt. 1870 Victorian Shirt pattern, all sizes included.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #203 Edwardian Underthings.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #205 Gibson Girl Blouse.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #207 Kinsale Cloak.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #208 Kinsale Cloak for Maidens.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #209 Walking Skirt.
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    Folkwear #210 Armistice Blouse

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    Patterns - Folkwear #222 Vintage Vests.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #227 Edwardian Bridal Gown.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #230 Model T Duster.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #231 Big Sky Riding Skirt.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #253 Vintage Bathing Costume.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #263 Countryside Frock Coat.

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    Patterns - Folkwear #264 Monte Carlo Dress.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #302 Victoria's Boudoir.
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    Patterns - Folkwear #503 Poiret Cocoon Coat.

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    Patterns - Folkwear #508 Traveling Suit/
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    Reconstructing History #RH925 - Edwardian Norfolk Jacket Sewing Pattern

    In the days when a suit was casual wear, what did men wear when engaged in sport?  There were no T-shirts and basketball shorts, but there was the Edwardian Norfolk Jacket.  Invented by the sportif Edward VII while still Prince of Wales under Mummy Victoria, the Norfolk Jacket's pleats allowed a man freedom of movement while still preserving a dignified appearance.

    This is based on an original tailor's draft from the period and fits chests 38"-54" with instructions for making the pattern fit larger sizes. Banded and pleated versions both included.   

    All sizes are included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions, historical notes and period tailoring techniques are also included.

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    Reconstructing History #RH954 - Victorian Era British Army Dress Tunic Sewing Pattern

    The ubiquitous scarlet tunics of the British military conjure up thoughts of the “Red Coats” of the American War of Independence and the changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. Now you can make one of your very own!

    This easy-to-use pattern helps you make a Victorian Era Men's Army Dress Tunic for the 1850s through 1910s.  Variations to conform to the 1856, 1868, 1881 and 1910s regulations included.  Full instructions on how to build the corset-like interior that makes this coat look as fabulous as it always does.

    Fits chests 34" to 54", waists 28" to 50", and hips 35" to 55". All sizes in one envelope.

    Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.

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    Reconstructing History #RH955 - Victorian Era British Army Frock Coat Sewing Pattern

    A military man isn’t always in Full Dress Uniform (Tunic) or Formal Evening Dress (Mess Dress). Certainly the pageantry of the Victorian Military wasn’t dropped as soon as formality slackened. For these less than formal occasions, there is the Military Frock Coat. Related to the civilian frock coat, the Military Frock Coat gained popularity among the armies of Europe and the Commonwealth in the 1830s. It's still worn today; Prince William has been photographed wearing the Frock Coat as part of his Irish Guards uniform when doing public service.

    Our easy-to-use pattern helps you make a Victorian Era Men's Army Frock Coat for the 1850s through 1910s.  Variations to conform to the 1856, 1868, 1881 and 1910s regulations included.  Full instructions on how to construct the garment along period lines.

    Fits chests 34" to 54", waists 28" to 50", and hips 35" to 55". All sizes in one envelope.

    Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.

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    Reconstructing History Pattern #RH956 - Victorian Era British Army Patrol Jacket - Sgt. Peppers Sewing Pattern

    Band uniform or beloved British music group with lonely hearts? With its distinctive braid adorning the front of the jacket, British Army Patrol Dress does indeed look like a modern marching band uniform. But band uniforms are based on Patrol Dress and not vice versa!

    This easy-to-use pattern helps you make a Victorian Era Men's Army Patrol Jacket for the 1850s through 1910s.  Variations to conform to the 1856, 1868, 1881 and 1910s regulations included.  Full instructions on how to build a jacket according to period tailoring techniques included.

    Fits chests 34" to 54", waists 28" to 50", and hips 35" to 55". All sizes in one envelope.

    Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.


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    Reconstructing History #RH950 - Edwardian Ladies' Shirtwaist or Blouse Sewing Pattern

    In the last decade of the 19th century, the revolution was beginning that would take women out of the home and into the workforce. By the early 1890s, the shirtwaist or blouse was a popular garment for ladies’ summer wear. The Edwardian period was the time of the pigeon-breasted look with voluminous shirtwaists pleated into smooth yokes and large leg-o’-mutton sleeves

    This easy-to-use pattern, based on an original pattern from the Edwardian period, helps you make a gorgeous Edwardian ladies’ shirtwaist or blouse.  Yoked-back or plain-back versions are included. Can be made with or without the body lining.

    Fits busts 28" through 48" and waists 20" through 40". All sizes in one envelope.

    Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.

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    Reconstructing History #RH951 - Edwardian Ladies' Equestrian Split Riding Skirt Sewing Pattern

    Make a beautiful Edwardian ladies’ split riding skirt with clever buttoned modesty panel for when you're not astride.  Gorgeous tailoring techniques enhance the elegance of this equestrian garment.

    This easy-to-use pattern, based on an original pattern from the Edwardian period, makes wonderful equestrian style.

    Fits waists 20" through 40" and hips 34" through 54". All sizes in one envelope.

    Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.

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    Truly Victorian #E01 - 1903 Edwardian Corset Sewing Pattern

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    Truly Victorian #E02 - Edwardian Underwear - Chemise - French Drawers - Corset Cover

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    Patterns - Folkwear #254 Swing Coat. An easy, breezy coat that is a snap to make, with back pleat for extra "swing". All sizes included in pattern, XS - XL. Priced per pattern.
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    Reconstructing History #RH1425 - 1941 Lounging Pajamas Sewing Pattern

    Lounging Pajama pattern includes full size paper pattern for ladies' pajamas based on an original pattern from 1941.  This is a great vintage outfit.

    Top closes with three buttons and an optional belt. 

     Pants are closed by a 7" zipper and a snap or all snaps can be used on the side closure.  Sash pattern is included.  Long and short sleeve options.

    Detailed sewing and finishing instructions included.  

    Fits busts 30" to 50". All sizes in one envelope.

    Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.

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    Laughing Moon #139 - WWII Red Cross Uniform & Ladies Skirted Suit - C. 1941-1946.  

    • Jacket and skirt created by designer Mainbocher and is worn as either a uniform or daywear suit.
    • View A is a copy of the ARC Uniform worn during WWII.
    • View B is the same suit without the uniform details.  
    • Also comes with visor and garrison hats.  
    • All sizes included from 8 - 34.  
    • Shirt not included.
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    Laughing Moon #128 Ladies Robe De Style - C. 1920-1929.  

    • Pattern for a 1920's robe de style.
    • Dress has a dropped waist, hoop structure, sleeveless bodice, bust gathers and camisole lining.
    • View A has an attached capelet for an afternoon look.  
    • View B omits the sleeveless bodice and has a built in hoop.
    • View C has a rufled skirt, ruffled bodice trim and a knotted double loop bow.  To be worn over View D.  
    • View D is a hoop slip, meant to be worn under Views A & C.
    • All sizes included from 6 - 34.  
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    Technique Plaid is a worsted wool blend yarn-woven in two-tone dark grey.  The fabric is the thickness of a lightweight wool coating.  We recommend sewing a jacket or coat to keep you warm this winter.

    VF196-55 Technique Plaid - Two-Tone Grey Worsted Yarn-woven Wool Blend Fabric

    • Wool Blend
    • 58" wide
    • Dry clean or test before washing
    • 1.25" design repeat
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    This fabric is featured in our Winter 2019 Vogue Fabrics Catalog.  Color coordinated fabrics are shown below.

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    Folkwear #229 Sailor Pants - Sewing Pattern
    Men or Women Sizes 30 - 42 (waist)

    These Sailor Pants originate from the style worn by WWII Navy seamen.  This style and design have been worn as part of the Navy uniform, or "Crackerjack" uniform, for many decades; and the nautical style influenced fashion for more than half a century.  All the details of this pants design reflect the practical sensibilities of a uniform combined with a casual sophistication that remains timeless.

    • High waist
    • Bell bottom
    • Distinctive buttoned front flap closure
    • lace-up back eyelet gusset
    • Back welt pocket
    • Inner leg godet
    • Small, hidden coin pocket is tucked neatly in front waistband seam

    Suggested fabrics:  Medium to heavy weight woven fabrics such as wool melton, denim, twill, cotton duck, linen, flannel, light to medium weight canvas.  For lining, a lighter weight fabric can be used: poplin, broadcloth, silk habotai, muslin.

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