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Ladies’ Front Opening Pelisse and Spencer 1810-1825 (LM137)

Ladies’ Front Opening Pelisse and Spencer 1810-1825 (LM137)


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Costume Parisienne 1816

Pelisse (coat) which can be made as a Spencer (jacket) by omitting the skirt, with 7 collar, 4 short sleeve and one long sleeve options. The Pelisse and Spencer, which were generally worn over another gown, have optional collars and a shortened bodice which ends under the bust. The front bodice can be made with darts or gathers. The back bodice is made of two pieces, the center back bottom of which is gathered on a lining piece. The sleeves can be made with a two piece sleeve consisting of a short sleeve on top of the long sleeve, or the long sleeve can be used alone. A versatile pattern with endless possibilities for a multitude of beautiful garments!

Extensive set with 7 large format pattern sheets and 67 pages of illustrated instructions, including historical notes.

All Sizes US 4-34 (Bust 28 1/2 – 56″ = 72 – 140 cm) included.

Ackerman’s Repository Februar 1818