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Updated Pattern for late Elizabethan lady's gown with variations

Updated Pattern for late Elizabethan lady's gown with variations

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• Made exclusively by The Tudor Tailor

Updated sewing patterns for ladies’ late Elizabethan gown with bodice and sleeve variations, including optional hanging sleeves. Perfect for Queen Elizabeth I and other late 16th and early 17th century upper-class impressions (suitable for ladies from 1580-1620). With full instructions for choosing materials, sizing and constructing garments - perfect for reenactors.

Highly researched and based on documentary descriptions, extant examples and paintings. See the image of the pattern envelope for specific sources.

Please note, these gowns are designed to be worn and fitted over separate bodies (corsets or stays) and a French 'drum' style farthingale (hooped petticoat). Patterns for these garments are not included in the gown pattern but are available to be purchased separately. 

We also carry a variety of laces appropriate to the era for decorating ruffs and cuffs, including our exclusive Schole-House lace, based on a pattern from the early 17th century.

This pattern is available in either larger sizes or smaller sizes. Please see the size chart included in the photos for this listing to ensure you're selecting the correct pattern for you.

Note, photos of actual garments are examples only – no garments are included with this product.

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Bronte Burge
Can’t wait to start!

Can’t wait to start! So excited! Super fast delivery!

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William
Haven't yet started to work with the pattern but it looks good and I especially like the durabili...

Haven't yet started to work with the pattern but it looks good and I especially like the durability of the paper. As I've previously had success scaling up Ninya's patterns from the book, I'm looking forward to getting into it! William, Tasmania

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janegraneek
great thanks so much üòé

great thanks so much üòé

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Moriah K
Very happy with this pattern!

Very happy with this pattern! Can't wait to work on it.

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Samantha Rees
Great pattern as always

Great pattern as always