RH829 —1730s-1760s Lady’s Riding or Traveling Outfit


18th century Equestrian Habit sewing pattern



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Full size paper patterns for 1730s through 1760s Lady’s Riding Outfit also worn when traveling. Coat with regular or mariner’s cuffs, back waist seam or seamless back, fold-down collar or collarless, and petticote instructions included. Fits busts 30½”-48″ and waists 23″-41″. All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.

Suggested Fabrics:
wool or silk
lightweight silk or linen for lining
medium to heavy linen for interlining

Yardage Requirements: 
Jacket 2 yds 60″ or 3 yds 45″ wide
lining 2 yds 60″ or 3 yds 45″ wide
interlining 2 yds 60″ or 3 yds 45″ wide

Petticote 2-3 yds 60″ or 3 yds 45″ wide
lining 2-3 yds 60″ or 3 yds 45″ wide

braid, lace or cording to taste
up to 30 buttons for front, side, cuffs & pockets
buttonhole floss
twill tape or other narrow ware for waistband(s)

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Additional information

Weight 250 g
Type of Pattern

Paper Pattern, Downloadable


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