Open Robe 1730-1760 pattern

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Discover an exciting range of historical sewing patterns, all based on original period garments and depictions, made by Nehelenia Patterns of Germany!

This early 18th century dress was popular among women of various social ranks. It closes over a centre front stomacher and has an "en fourreau" back. The skirt front is open to reveal a petticoat. Two different sleeve trims are included, as well as a matching hoop skirt and hip pad! Period construction techniques were used for the instructions!
Make it up working woman style from linen fabric or dressy from fancy silks!

Size included: S (bust 92 cm, waist 74 cm, hip 98 cm)

Product code NP E19

Average review
Feb 14, 2017 by Gaetano Santucci
Great pattern! Very true to size! Shipment was quick! Thank you
Mar 9, 2016 by Lynn Marston

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