TG129W - 1760- 1785 Ladies’ Two Jacket Styles Pattern. Sizes Small – XL (Bust 30-45”, Waist 26-39”) included in this one pattern. This pattern is derived from Nancy Bradfield's Costume in Detail, 1760-1775 and the right-hand view is based on Costume Close-Up by Linda Baumgarten & John Watson, dated 1775-1785. Sizes Small – XL (Bust 30-45”, Waist 26-39”) included in this one pattern. This pattern is historically accurate; designed and produced by a tailor with 20 years experience and trained in period clothing and construction. This pattern is designed to fit the 21st century body of modern re-enactors, dancers and historians, yet give a historically accurate look. The pattern pieces are printed on sturdy paper designed to last through many applications. The step-by-step instructions have diagrams and explanations of each detail to guide both novice sewers and experienced seamstresses through making each garment. Suggested fabrics, pattern layouts, and cut-out instructions are included as well as specific definitions and sewing tips. Interesting historical notes included. This pattern is multi-sized; please reference the description for sizes included.
Pattern excellent for Colonial Costume, Romance Era Costume, Regency Costume, Lewis and Clarke Era Costume, Wild West Costume, Fur Trade Era Costume, Colonial Military Costume, War of 1812 Military Costume, War of 1812 and Indian Wars costume, Pirates of the Caribbean, Johnny Depp Costume, Will Turner Costume, Orlando Bloom costume, Captain Barbossa’s Costume, Captain Jack Sparrow Costume, Golden Age of Piracy Costume, American revolutionary War costume, and Elizabeth Swann Costume, American revolutionary War costume. Pirates of the Caribbean Impression, cavalier or other pirate impression as well as period accurate colonial. Great for French Indian War, Louis and Clarke, Colonial, American Revolutionary War, King Louis French Court, Marie Antoinette, French Royalty, 1700's impression. Colonial, Georgian, American Revolutionary War, Indian Wars, War of 1820, Regency, Sense and Sensibility, Pirate Era, High Seas Era, East Indies Trading Era. Age of Chivalry. Age of Piracy, Colonial, Georgian.