RH945 — Ladies' Long-Tailed Bodice for the 1870s-1880s sewing pattern
RH945 — Ladies' Long-Tailed Bodice for the 1870s-1880s sewing pattern
RH945 — Ladies' Long-Tailed Bodice for the 1870s-1880s sewing pattern
RH945 — Ladies' Long-Tailed Bodice for the 1870s-1880s sewing pattern
RH945 — Ladies' Long-Tailed Bodice for the 1870s-1880s sewing pattern
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RH945 — Ladies' Long-Tailed Bodice for the 1870s-1880s sewing pattern

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Shake a tail feather with our Long-Tailed Bodice!

Start your dress from the 1870s or 1880s right here. Make the perfect Steampunk or Victorian outfit! You need our pattern for this beautiful ladies’ long-tailed bodice based on an original period tailor's draft. With its front darts and seamed back, this basic bodice looks beautiful on a variety of figures and works from the 1870s through the 1880s as well as for any fantasy outfit you can create. Works over a bustle or not. Wear it modernly as a jacket or coat! Pair it with skirts! Wear it with pants! It's all up to you.

Fits busts 28" through 48" and waists 20" through 40". All sizes in one envelope. 

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

Suggested Fabrics: any top weights

Notions: thread; buttons for closure, interlinings optional

Yardage Requirements: outer and lining 4 yds 45” wide or 3 yds 60" wide

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