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#0321 1840s to 60s Underwear, late Romantic, early Victorian, Corset, Chemise, Petticoat Sewing Pattern Size US 8-30 (EU 34-56) PDF Download

#0321 1840s to 60s Underwear, late Romantic, early Victorian, Corset, Chemise, Petticoat Sewing Pattern Size US 8-30 (EU 34-56) PDF Download

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This is a DIGITAL sewing pattern for for late Romantic or early Victorian underwear from 1840 to 1860.
The sewing pattern includes patterns for the corset, chemise and petticoat.

Fits perfect with sewing pattern #0121 and #0221

Further pictures and details are available in my blog: https://patterns.bplaced.net/blog/?cat=54

Also suitable for cosplay or steampunk costumes.

Please scroll down for yardage and pattern information.

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This is a DIGITAL pattern (PDF), you can download both size ranges and languages after payment has been confirmed.
The pattern comes with detailed and illustrated sewing instructions in English and German. It is a multi-size sewing pattern, you can choose between Sizes US 8-18 (EU 34-44) and Sizes US 20-30 (EU 46-56). A seam allowance of 5/8" (1,5cm) is included in my patterns.
The pattern is ready to be printed out on DIN A4 or US Letter. Format DIN A0 to be printed at a plotter / copy-shop comes with a second email at no additional costs.

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The sewing pattern itself consists of:
Size US 8-18 (EU 34-44): 18 pages A4/US letter or 1 A0
Size US 20-30 (EU 46-56): 24 pages A4/US letter or 1 1/2A0

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Recommended fabrics:
Yardage:
Size US 8-18 (EU 34-44):
Size US 20-30 (EU 46-56):


Recommended fabrics:
Chemise: fine cotton (lawn) or linen
Corset: Coutil or other strong woven fabrics
Corset Lining: midweight cotton fabric
Quilted petticoat: cotton fabric or silk taffeta + Cotton or wool batting


Yardage:

Size US 8-18 (EU 34-44):
Chemise:
- 2.2yds. 51“ wide (2m with a width of 130cm)

Corset:
- Fashion fabric: 1yd (90cm) with a width of 55“ (140cm)
- Lining : 1yd (90cm) with a width of 55“ (140cm)
- Plastic whalebone 7mm: 3.5yds. - more for additional boning channels
- Plastic coated metal boning 3/8“ (10mm): 1.7yd (1,5m)
- Busk: 13“ (32-34cm) - this is an aproximate value,
length of busk depends on the body height
- Twill tape or grosgrain ribbon: Width 1/2“to 3/4““ (1,5 to 2cm): 1.1yd (1m)
- Bias binding: View A: 4yds. (3,5m); View B 2.8yd (2,5m)
- Grommets with washers Ø 4mm ;
- Corset lacing: 6-6.5yd (5-6m)

Quilted petticoat:
- Fashion fabric: 2.2yds. 55“ wide (2m with a width of 140cm)
- Lining: 2.2yds. 55“ wide (2m with a width of 140cm)
- Batting: 2.2yds. 55“ wide (2m with a width of 140cm)
- Plastic whalebone 7mm: 0.5yds.
- 3 buttons
- Bias binding: 3yds. (2.5m)

Size US 20-30 (EU 46-56):

Chemise:
- 3yds. 55“ wide (2m with a width of 140cm)

Corset:
- Fashion fabric: 1yd (90cm) with a width of 55“ (140cm)
- Lining : 1yd (90cm) with a width of 55“ (140cm)
- Plastic whalebone 7mm: 3.5yds. - more for additional boning channels
- Plastic coated metal boning 3/8“ (10mm): 1.7yd (1,5m)
- Busk: 13“ (32-34cm) - this is an aproximate value,
length of busk depends on the body height
- Twill tape or grosgrain ribbon: Width 1/2“to 3/4““ (1,5 to 2cm): 2yds. (2m)
- Bias binding: View A: 5yds. (4,5m); View B 3.5yds. (3m)
- Grommets with washers Ø 4mm ;
- Corset lacing: 7-7.5yd (6-7m)

Quilted petticoat:
- Fashion fabric: 2.2yds. 55“ wide (2m with a width of 140cm)
- Lining: 2.2yds. 55“ wide (2m with a width of 140cm)
- Batting: 2.2yds. 55“ wide (2m with a width of 140cm)
- Plastic whalebone 7mm: 0.5yds.
- 3 buttons
- Bias binding: 4yds. (3.5m)

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Ágnes Bobák

#0321 Späte Biedermeier Unterwäsche Korsett Chemise Unterrock 1840-60 Schnittmuster Größe EU 34-56 PDF Download

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MiKi LeHew
Chemise

The pattern is really good but the directions are very difficult to understand.

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EJ

I like this pattern but I must admit the bust gores in a lined corset as this is, have caused some difficulty… perhaps now that I know more about “turn of cloth” I will put the pieces together a little differently to the instructions and maybe this will help me to make a more perfectly looking corset.