Ever wish you had all the historical notes from a certain time period in one neat place for easy reference?
Well, do we have the product for you!
Introducing the Assembled Historical Notes
This downloadable booklet includes all the historical notes from the patterns in a given series in one easy-to-use PDF. if we've made any discoveries since you bought your pattern, the Assembled Historical Notes will have the most recent version. Also if we've made any discoveries since you bought your patterns, the Assembled Historical Notes will have the most recent version. \n \nThe Assembled Historical Notes 100-1 (a.k.a. "The Cavalier Historical Notes") contains all the historical notes from patterns RH101 through RH107, covering the period 1630 through 1650 for men and women centering on English styles but appropriate for Western Europe and the Colonies where these styles were worn.
An excerpt from the Cavalier (100 seies) Notes:
"In the early 1600s, men’s doublet sat at natural waist level just like women’s jackets. But in the 1620s, their waists also began to rise. The waist reached as high as the floating..."
Download a copy of the Cavalier Historical Notes and start brushing up on your mid-17th century clothing history today!