Period patterns
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Published by Walter H. Baker Company in Boston .
Written in English


  • Costume,
  • Costume -- History,
  • Dressmaking -- Pattern design

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Edition Notes

Statementby Doris Edson, with text by Lucy Barton.
ContributionsEdson, Doris.
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16222156M

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This book contains patterns and construction explanations for doll costumes from the s through contemporary designs. One does need to be aware that the patterns are sized for 15"/16" fashion dolls such as Gene, Tyler, or Esme. The patterns need to be enlarged at %/5(19). The patterns, designed by professional costumers, are rigorously researched to ensure historical authenticity, and include illustrated historical notes about the styles. See the pages for each pattern to see pictures of clothing people have made from that Period Pattern. Mediaeval Miscellanea has been making Period Pavilions for over 35 years. Patterns and instructions for knitting, Crocheting, needlepoint, beading and other forms of needlework for a variety of period accurate garments for both adults and children including pattern makers such as Alter Years, Atira's Fashions, Ageless Patterns, Attic Copies by Past Patterns, Buckaroo Bobbins, Burnley and Trowbridge, Costume Connection, Country Wives Patterns, Dawn Anderson Designs.   If that weren’t enough, her Free Historical Costume Patterns Pinterest board is a treasure trove of discoveries. For instance, did you know LACMA’s Costume and Textile Collection has free patterns as part of its Pattern Project? You can find everything from a s zoot suit to French lounging pajamas from the early 20th century.

Polonaise and Petticoat. 18th Century Breeches. Mid Victorian to Edwardian Trousers Basic Uniform Pants. Ladies' Victorian Underwear ( – ) Men's Collars and Ties. - Open Front Jacket.   However, I’ve stopped using published patterns now, and have been learning to draft my own from period sources. The R. I. Davis book is good, but I’ve also used the W.D.F Vincent Cutter’s Practical Guide (which seems to have disappeared from the Costumer’s Manifesto, but should be able to be found elsewhere) and Maclochlainn’s. At last, a new pattern book that brings to life a century of fashion highlights Filled with over fifteen (15) ensembles, each costume is complimented with historically researched accessories. The color photographs show the reader how styles have evolved throughout the century. This book includes /5(6). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barton, Lucy, Period patterns. Boston: Walter H. Baker company, , ©

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