RH607 — Mid-Tudor (1550s) Lady's Gown & Kirtle sewing pattern
RH607 — Mid-Tudor (1550s) Lady's Gown & Kirtle sewing pattern
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RH607 — Mid-Tudor (1550s) Lady's Gown & Kirtle sewing pattern

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Make the perfect lady's gown for the Northern Renaissance period!

This gown and kirtle makes a great look for the 1550s "Mid-Tudor" period of Edward VI and "Bloody" Mary I. Based on pictorial references. Supportive kirtle, overgown, and high-neck partlet included. 

See RH602 for the farthingale, petticote, and smock you'll need to make this a complete "from the skin out" ensemble.

Fits busts 30½"-48" and waists 23"-41". All sizes in one envelope. 
Or order a 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.

Suggested Fabrics:
velvet, silk satin, taffeta, or brocade
silk or fine linen for lining
5oz. linen, canvas or buckram
for interlining

Notions:
thread
7mm or ¼” half oval or round reeds or ¼” corset boning
corset lacing
hooks and eyes or pins
gems, pearls, other decorative bits

Yardage Requirements:
Kirtle - outer material 4 yds at least 45” wide, lining 4 yds at least 45” wide, interlining 2 yds at least 45” wide, contrast fabric as desired for kirtle top and skirts forepart
Gown - outer material 10 yds at least 45” wide, lining (optional) 10 yds at least 45” wide, sleeve turnbacks 2 yds at least 45” wide
Undersleeves - outer material, interlining 2 yds at least 45” wide, lining 2 yds at least 45” wide
Partlet - outer material, interlining 1 yd at least 45” wide, lining 1 yd at least 45” wide
Forepart - 2 yds at least 45” wide

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