Simplicity Historical Dresses Sewing Pattern Costumes for Women by Andrea Schewe, Sizes 14-16-18-20-22 Price: $10.90 (as of 21/11/2021 02:13 AM Details )

  • Contains sewing instructions for (4) a variety of historical clothing styles, including apron and cap patterns.
  • can be adapted to women's sizes < >, < >, < >, < >, and < >.
  • A colonial lady, pioneer traveler or Victorian missus – these patterns are as versatile as they are fun! Use a variety of fabric choices to create a truly original look.
  • These historic pattern designs are perfect for Halloween, cosplay or theater productions.
  • S Intermediate skill level and instructions are written in English and Spanish.

Product Description

Ssize:R5 (14-16-18-20-22)

Prepare yourself or another lucky lady for the past with unmistakable style! These (4) sewing pattern templates are easy to adapt to different time periods and locations. A classic dress pattern is just the beginning, as apron and cap templates are also included. Perfect to use as a costume. Measurements are taken in women's sizes 14-22. English and Spanish instructions included.

Additional information

Product Dimensions

0.4 x 5.75 x 8.25 inches

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Item Weight

1.76 ounces


Simplicity Creative Patterns

Country of Origin


Date First Available

December 13, 2009

Why ?is it that these dress patterns not come in plus sizes for 30-32

There is a Simplicity 2354 that is plus sizes Esther for Resurrections

does the cap pattern come with, like shown on dress D

Yes. The simplest and smallest pattern of cap goes with the Early Colonial pilgrim dress, the bonnet with the 1870's/Old West gown calls for a flat front and some volume in back when worn, and the 18th-century/Revolutionary Period style Colonial bonnet (called a mobcap) is the one that requires ruffles in front and fullest volume in back when worn. Like the collars, the fabric for the caps of the Colonial style costumes are to be plain white. The 1870's/Old West bonnet can be any other color if desired, or match the gown that it goes with being from the same fabric material.

Does this pattern require a petticoat underneath?

It's not required.