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This is not a printed pattern.  This is a digital PDF download of pattern #130.  You will receive links to several files immediately upon ordering.  You will receive several files that print in letter size paper:  How to print, the front and back cover, and sewing instructions.  You will also receive several A0 size files:  The entire pattern in black with size layers, just View A in black size layers, just View B in black size layers, and just View C in black size layers.  You will also receive the entire pattern in color solid lines.  This means you can print the pattern at a copy shop or just the size you want as well as just the View you want.  You can tile any A0 page by using the "poster" option in Adobe Acrobat.

Pattern #130
Ladies Regency Wrapping Front Trained or Untrained Gown, Redingote, and Tunic C. 1798-1813
Ladies Sizes 6 to 34 All in the Envelope now with Size Layers
Historically Correct with Complete Instructions and illustrations
Historical Notes and References
This pattern was made from a dress in the author's collection.  View A is a low stomacher apron front style trained or untrained gown. The front of the skirt falls below the bodice, and fastens over the bottom of the wrapping bodice in the en coulisse style. This means it has a drawstring in front that ties under the sides and back of the skirt to secure the front. The front of the skirt would also be pinned to the bottom of the bodice. The sleeves are a one piece style that can be cut short,elbow length, or long. View B is in the Redingote style. The skirt is ankle length, opens in front and wraps the same way the bodice does. It has a tall falling collar, lapels, and an optional detachable short cape. View C is a wrapping front tunic, meant to be worn over another dress. It is sleeveless, about knee length, and the hem is shorter in front than in back. The skirt opens in front and overlaps like the bodice. All bodices have four total darts. The darts can be converted to gathers. All Views have a narrow back and the skirts are gathered where they attach to the back of the bodices.

130 Regency Wrapping Front Trained or Untrained Gown/Tunic Laughing Moon Mercant

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