RH202 — Loose Gowns


16th century Ladies’ Elizabethan Loose Gown sewing pattern



Buy the perfect Elizabethan cover up!

Get our full size paper patterns for Elizabethan and Jacobean Loose Gowns based on extant examples in the Isham Collection. Gowns feature an open front, epaulettes and a stiff inner yoke to which the gown is pleated for support. Choose from two different styles of hanging sleeves or a sleeveless version. Historical notes. All Sizes in one envelope. Fits bust 30½”-48″. Embellishment suggestions included.

Suggested Fabrics:
silk velvet, plush, or taffeta; stiff linen or buckram for yoke interlining

Yardage Requirements:
outer material ” 5 yds at least 45″ wide
interlining ” 1 yd at least 24″ wide

Notions: metallic braid, metallic bobbin lace, spangles

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Additional information

Weight 0.31 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable


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