A Sheer Muslin Dress - Bishop sleeves, oversleeves and high lining. 1858-1864.
Sizes 8-26. B, C & D cups.
P812(PP) - $35.00
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|1850-60 Full Skirt – Gathered, cartridge pleated, or double inverted pleats into a back opening over hoop skirt. Use with any 700 series bodice. Multi sized 10-20 .
P700(PP) - $17.00
|1860's Gathered Bodice – Gathered or pleated front with choice of bishop sleeves or peg-top sleeves, which hook at wrist. Multi Sized 10-26.
P701(PP) - $17.00
|1860's Fitted Bodice – Classic bodice of the period with front darts and French back . Full or modified pagoda sleeves. Multi Sized 10-26
P702(PP) - $17.00
|1860's Ball Gown Bodice – Uses gores to achieve a sleek look. Two sleeve options. Multi Sized 10-20
P704(PP) - $17.00
|1860's Garibaldi Shirt Summer shirt can be set into a waistband or lengthened with drawstring waist. Includes instructions for ribbon tie and braid techniques. Doesn't require a corset. Multi Sized 10-20.
P709(PP) - $17.00
|1850-1863 Wrapper - This Wrapper was most likely famous in the mid 1850's. Wrappers and robes were generally considered "undress" garments and generally worn in the privacy of a home or in a rural setting. The historical notes contain information about American robes and wrappers from the 1820's to 1862. Multi Sized paper 8-26
807 - $25.00
|1850-1870 Sacque and Petticoat - This sacque and petticoat is an "undress" garment. The petticoat is actually a skirt. The historical notes include excerpts from American diaries and sacque and petticoats featured in Godey's and Peterson's magazines. A life size swatch of the original fabric is printed on the back of the full color envelope. This skirt and sacque is easy to sew and cool and comfortable to wear.
Multi Sized tissue 8-26 in B,C & D cups
808 - $25.00
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