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Women's 1830's-1909 Clothing Patterns  By Truly Victorian

Truly Victorian sewing patterns are taken from pictures of garments of the era. Drafted to fit modern bodies. Some knowledge of  basic sewing assumed, easy to follow instruction. Sewing Patterns in this collection are from 1830-1909. 

Clothing Patterns on this page are from 1830 to 1859.

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Truly Victorian #TV455

Pattern #TV455   1830's Romantic Era Dress

This pattern is for a full Romantic Era dress, designed from fashion plates of 1832. This style is suitable for the years 1830 - 1836. Fitting at the point of the shoulder, this dress can be worn for both day and evening wear, depending on sleeve choice. The evening sleeve is a pouf Beret sleeve, and the day sleeve is a full Gigot sleeve with hooks at the wrist. The bodice reaches to the waist and can be straight around, or with a shallow point in front. The front and back have gathered upper sections, over a fitted lining. The bodice can also be made plain, if desired. A full skirt is attached to the bodice, and is ankle length. The closure is in the center back, with hooks and eyes.

Each size is hand drawn, not scaled, with all of the bodice seams true to the era. This bodice is designed to fit snugly over a corset. Multi-sized 30-50" bust, 22-42" waist, all included in pattern. Approximate yardage required 7-1/2 yards. 

$16.50 sale price $15.00
 

Truly Victorian #TV454

Pattern #TV454  1845 German Day Dresses

This pattern is for a variety of 1845 dresses. It is drafted using a German tailor's guide written circa 1843. This style is suitable for the years 1840-1853, and should be worn over several petticoats rather than a hoop. View A has a gathered Fan Front bodice, with a fitted lining and a smooth back. View B has a fitted front with reveres, narrow at the waist and widening out to the shoulders. The bodice can also be left plain if desired. The bodice is fitted in the front with seam from shoulder to front waist, instead of darts. It also has a side, side back, and back seams for a closer fit recommended for the larger German body frame. The waistline is slightly low all around, with a deep point in the front. The full skirt can be attached to the bodice, or can be sewn to a separate waistband. The closure is in the center back, with hooks and eyes. The narrow 2 piece sleeve can also be headed with an optional sleeve cap.

Each size is hand drawn, not scaled, with all of the bodice seams true to the era. This bodice is designed to fit snugly over a corset. Multi-sized 30-50" bust, 22-42" waist, all included in pattern.

Approximate yardage required 7-1/2 yards. 

$14.00 sale price $12.50
 

Truly Victorian #TV246

Pattern #TV246 1851 Petal Ball Gown Skirt

A beautiful Pre-Hoop skirt. The upper "petals" fall gracefully over the skirt. The very deep lower flounce adds enough fullness to go over a hoop, if desired. Multi-sized x-small to xx-large included in pattern.

Approximate yardage required for 45" wide fabric.

x-small small medium  large x-large xx-large
11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4

$9.00

Truly Victorian #TV456

Pattern #TV456  1856 Gathered Dress

This pattern is for an 1856 dress, designed from fashion plates and original garments of the pre-civil war era. This style is suitable for the years 1855-1862, and fits over TV141 round hoop (below). It has a gathered Fan Front bodice, with a fitted lining and a gathered back. The deep V neckline can be filled in with a chimisette, or left open for a dinner dress. The full gathered sleeve has a fitted upper section and dropped shoulder line. The bodice reaches to the waist at the back and sides, with a shallow point in front. The bodice can also be made plain, if desired. A full skirt is attached to the bodice, or can be sewn to a separate waistband. The closure is in the center front, with hooks and eyes. Each size is hand drawn, not scaled, with all of the bodice seams true to the era. This bodice is designed to fit snugly over a corset. Multi-sized 30-50" bust, 22-42" waist, all included in pattern. Approximate yardage required 7-1/2 yards. 

$16.50 sale price $15.00

Truly Victorian #TV142

Pattern #TV142  1856 Walking Cage Crinoline
This is a smaller cage, 110" at the hem. It has a bell shape for the early hoop years of 1856-1862.
Approximate yardage required:
Fabric 1 3/4 yards
Grosgrain 5 yards
Bone Casing 12 yards
Hoop Wire 21 3/4 yards

Multi-sized, containing all the sizes as follow:

Medium Large X-Large
up to 29" waist, 41" hip 30-36"Waist, 42-48" hip Over 37" waist, 49" hip

$10.50

Truly Victorian #TV241

Pattern #TV241 - 1854 Flounced Skirt
Flounced skirts of all sorts were fashionable from 1843-1859. Our version has four flounces, or can be made with just three. Perfect for over TV142 - 1856 Walking Cage Crinoline. This pattern is one size fits all.

$15.00 sale price $13.50

Truly Victorian #TV141

Pattern #TV141 1858 Round Cage Crinoline

This is the perfect hoop for under regular, round shaped skirts It has 10 hoop wires to support heavy skirts, and a bag at the hem to keep the wearer from stepping through the hoops. 126" at the hem. Center front closure. Easy to build and the correct shape for 1855-1862. Size: up to 34" waist, 46" hip. 

Fabric 1 3/4 yards
Grosgrain Ribbon 12 3/4 yards
Bone Casing 13 1/2 yards
Hoop Wire 27 1/2 yards
Belting 1 1/2 yards

$7.00

Truly Victorian #TV440

Pattern #TV440 1859 Pagoda Bodice

This pattern is a 3-piece bodice, the most common style of the early Victorian era. It has an elongated shoulder and a large Modified Pagoda sleeve. The closure is in the center front, and there is no center back seam. The neckline can be high or an open square. The waist can be straight around or with a shallow point. Multi-sized 30-56" bust/ 22-48 waist included in pattern.

Approximate yardage required for 45" wide fabric.

x-small small medium  large x-large xx & xxx-large
3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 3/4 3 3/4

$13.00

Truly Victorian #TV244

Pattern #TV244 1859 Double Skirt

This skirt pattern has two layers, just as the name implies. The skirt lining has a flounce added to give plenty of fullness over a hoop. The upper skirt covers the lining and the top of the flounce. This pattern is one size fits all, up to 150" hoop. Approximate yardage required for 45" wide fabric is 6 yards, lining 2 1/4 yards.

$12.00

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