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RH511MTM — Made to Measure 1500s-1525 Florentine Woman's Outfit sewing pattern
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RH511MTM — Made to Measure 1500s-1525 Florentine Woman's Outfit sewing pattern

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Get the perfect Renaissance Florentine dress pattern made to your measurements!

Make a 16th century Italian Woman's Outfit as worn in Florence and the Tuscan region from the beginning of the century until about 1525. Pattern includes tie-on sleeves, center or side-back closure, and gathered or pleated skirts. Instructions for camicia (shift).

Made to Measure pattern in your personal measurements 

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

NOTE:  the downloadable version of this pattern will not deliver immediately like our other downloads.  Kass has to format it first.  You will receive an email when your download is available.

Suggested Fabrics: light weight wool or silk taffeta; heavy linen or canvas for interlining; light linen for lining; linen for camicia
Notions: thread, cord and closed rings (thread eyelets may also be used), two-inch and three-inch wide strips of contrasting wool or colourful ribbon for guards, as many as desired, ribbon for tying on sleeves
Yardage Requirements: Gown - 6 yards 45" or 4½ yards 60" wide; Contrasting sleeves - 2 yards 45" or 1½ yards 60" wide; Lining - 2 yards 45" or 1½ yards 60" wide (bodice & sleeves only); Interlining - ½ yard 45" or 60" wide (bodice only); Camicia - 3 yards 60" wide (for fullest version)

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