Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40
Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40 Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40

Black Snail Patterns Victorian Daydress 1837-40

19,00

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

+ -
Add to cart
Article number: #0221
Availability: In stock

Description:

This is what Black Snail Patterns shares about this pattern:

This is a sewing pattern, based on an extant dress from about 1840.

The dress is based on an extant day dress from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and dated from 1837 to 1840, made of a floral printed challis.
The dress features some typical details of the time period, like a wide and rounded neckline, contrasting piped seams and the wide sleeves pleated to fit round of the top of the arm and held in place by two piped bands of fabric, cut on the bias. At the wrist, the excess width of the over-length sleeve is gathered to fit a narrow cuff.
The fashion fabric of the bodice is mounted on a tight fitting lining bodice from a polished cotton fabric. The front panel from the fashion fabric is divided at the center front and stitched together again with a piped seam. The neckline is decorated with a ruffle, cut on the bias and the loose edge neatened with the same silk ribbon as used for the piping. The bodice closes at the center back with hooks and eyes.
The skirt is made from several widths of fabric. At the front and side portion of the bodice, the skirt is laid into regular knife pleats, the remaining width of the skirt is gathered to fit the smaller back portion of the bodice. If wanted, the gathering can be replaced by small, rolled pleats or cartridge pleating.

This dress should be worn with a matching corset and petticoat.

5/8” (1,5 cm) seam allowance is included, except where noted on individual pattern pieces.

The pattern comes with detailed and illustrated sewing instructions in English and German.

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 (60-80g/m2).

Recommended fabric:
Dress: light to midweight cotton fabrics like lawn, muslin or calico
Lining : midweight (polished) cotton fabric

Fabric required:

US 8-18 (EU 34-44):
Dress: 5 yds. (4.6 m) with a width of 51“ (130 cm)
Lining: 1.2 yd. (1.1 m) with a width of 51“ (130 cm)
Piping cord Ø 1/16“ (1-2 mm): 4 yds. (3.5 m)
(Silk) sateen ribbon, 3/4“ (2 cm) wide: 6.8 yds. (6 m)
hooks and eyes

US 20-30 (EU 46-56):
Dress: 7 yds. (6.3 m) with a width of 51“ (130 cm)
Lining: 1.8 yds. (1.6 m) with a width of 51“ (130 cm)
Piping cord Ø 1/16“ (1-2 mm): 4.5 yds. (4 m)
(silk) sateen ribbon, 3/4“ (2 cm) wide: 8 yds. (7.5 m)
hooks and eyes

0 stars based on 0 reviews
Add to wishlist / Add to comparison

Sign up for our newsletter

Copyright 2021 - Powered by Lightspeed
Please accept cookies to help us improve this website Is this OK? Yes No More on cookies »