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Viktorianischer Basisrock frühe Tornüre mit von BlackSnailPatterns

Es handelt sich hier um ein DIGITALES Schnittmuster für für einen Basisrock der frühen Tournürenzeit von 1869-1875. 1869 bis 1875 (Frühe Tournüre): Währen der 1860er Jahre wurde das Volumen der ursprünglich runden Form der Krinoline zunehmend nach hinten verlagert. Um das zunehmende Gewicht der Drapierungen im Gesäßbereich zu tragen, bekam die Krinoline dort ein zusätzliches Polster aus Pferdehaar oder ein Gestell aus Stahl. Ab Mitte der 1870er wurde die Krinoline dann langsam durch die…

How to make a Victorian flounced Petticoat | A Damsel in This Dress on WordPress.com adamselindisdress.wordpress.com

In this article we willcover the construction of a typical late Victorian petticoat with back flounces. We will also discuss the steampunk version of the traditional petticoat – and how to get 3 st…

How To Make an 1870s Bustle Skirt — 19th C Costuming | Sewing Instructions | Historical Costume | Sewing Pattern Help | Period Clothing

How To Make an 1870s Bustle Skirt — 19th C Costuming | Sewing Instructions | Historical Costume | Sewing Pattern Help | Period Clothing

Truly Victorian patterns 463 1884 French Basque Bodice a modified TV 361 Butterfly train, shortened. The TV 261 4 gore underskirt.

Truly Victorian patterns 463 1884 French Basque Bodice a modified TV 361 Butterfly train, shortened. The TV 261 4 gore underskirt.

Exceptional Reception Bustle Dress, ca. 1878 - www.antique-gown.com

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This brown and black plaid silk taffeta was originally earmarked for something 1850's, but once the weather began changing in September, I decided it would make

This brown and black plaid silk taffeta was originally earmarked for something 1850's, but once the weather began changing in September, I decided it would make a perfectly autumnal 1880's bustle gown. I honed in on 1886/7 for the gown because I love the cleaner, tailored, and asymmetrical lines seen in the later bustl

Making a 1912 Princess Slip- And Final Titanic Pictures! – Amelia Marie

Making a early 1910s princess slip was the final step in completing my evening gown ensemble. Historical costuming is all about creating the right silhouette (body shape and proportions), so making…