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Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Overkirt 1869-1875 PRE-ORDER Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Overkirt 1869-1875 PRE-ORDER Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Overkirt 1869-1875 PRE-ORDER Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Overkirt 1869-1875 PRE-ORDER Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Overkirt 1869-1875 PRE-ORDER

Black Snail Patterns Victorian Overkirt 1869-1875 PRE-ORDER

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Historically accurate pattern with background info about the skirt and clear instructions.

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Article number: #0415
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Attention, this is a pre-order! The pre-order period ends on the 7th of October, after which the order will be placed with the supplier. The patterns will be printed to order and shipped to me when they are ready and then all pre-orders can be shipped. Did you order non pre-order articles with your order? Your order will be shipped all together, meaning as soon as the pre-order patterns have arrived. All pattern prices will be raised after the pre-order has ended due to increase in printing costs, which means that only during the pre-order you pay the current price!

Description:

This is a sewing pattern for an asymmetric overskirt (apron) worn during the early bustle period from 1869 to 1875

The pattern shows an overskirt with an asymmetric design, popular at that time for walking and day dresses. The overskirt is pulled to the back with hidden cotton tapes and will be highly decorated with lace, braids or fringes. A highly decorated cornet-shaped patch pocket is attached to the right side as can be seen on many fashion plates of the mid 1870´s.
If you´re using a fabric with full-bodied drape, you can sew the overskirt single layered, using fabrics with a moderate drape and planning the patch pocket, I´ll recommend flatlining the whole overskirt with a lightweight, but stiff fabric like silk organza.
The overskirt closes on the left side, a placket with a width of 1 5/8” (4cm) was already considered when patterning.

Perfectly fits to: Pattern #0215 Basic Skirt for Early Bustle with loopable train

Fitted to be worn over a corset and bustle.

Also suitable for steampunk costumes.

The pattern comes with detailed and illustrated sewing instructions. It is a multi size pattern, you can choose between US 8-18 (EU 34-44) and US 20-30 (EU 46-56).

This is a paper pattern, printed on solid, white paper (60g/m2).

Recommended fabrics:
Fashion fabric: (silk) taffeta
Flatlining: silk organza or a lightweight but stiff cotton fabric.
Lining (pocket + waistband): cotton fabric

Yardage:
US 8-18 (EU 34-44):
Fashion fabric: 2.2 yds. from 52“ wide fabric / 2m from 130cm wide fabric
consider 1yd. (1m) extra fabric for trimmings like shown on the title picture
Flatlining: 2.2 yds. from 52“ wide fabric / 2m from 130cm wide fabric
Lining: 0.5yds. (0,5m) for waistband and patch pocket
Cotton tape: 1 yd. / 1m
Lace trim 1 1/4“ to 1 1/2“ (3-4cm) wide: 9yds. (8m)

US 20-30 (EU 46-56):
Fashion fabric: 2.7 yds. from 52“ wide fabric / 2,5m from 130cm wide fabric
consider 1yd. (1m) extra fabric for trimmings like shown on the title picture
Flatlining: 2.7 yds. from 52“ wide fabric / 2m from 130cm wide fabric
Lining: 0.5yds. (0,5m) for waistband and patch pocket
Cotton tape: 1 yd. / 1m
Lace trim 1 1/4“ to 1 1/2“ (3-4cm) wide: 10yds. (9m)

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