RH972 — Early Victorian (1830s-1860s) Petticoats sewing pattern
RH972 — Early Victorian (1830s-1860s) Petticoats sewing pattern
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RH972 — Early Victorian (1830s-1860s) Petticoats sewing pattern

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One Pattern for all your Petticoat needs!

Possibly the most ubiquitous female garment in every time period is the petticoat. In the 19th century, skirts went truly mad. The round skirts of the 1830s and 40s expanded to great widths in the 1850s and the petticoats provided shape and support.  By the 1860s, the bulk began to shift backwards and petticoats changed to match.

This pattern includes them all in their nearly infinite variety!

Plain.  Corded. Flounced. Crinoline. Based on original garments from the 1830s through the 1860s.

Note: This pattern is for the petticoats (white on the cover art) only.  This pattern does not include corset or chemise.

Fits all waist sizes 

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

Suggested Fabrics: cotton

Notions: thread; buttons, or hooks and eyes for front for closure; twill tape

Yardage Requirements: 4-6 yards of at least 40"/1m wide fabric

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