Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns Pattern


On Sale Now! Save 9% on the Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns Pattern by Period Patterns at Bobbe Pin. MPN: PP41. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Sewing Pattern - Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns, c. 1470-1505. provides patterns for 7 gowns & 1 tabard (sizes 8-18). Two have split skirts. underskirts, and stomachers, to fake an underdress. The underskirts and stomachers can be left off, replaced by a real underdress. Four of the gown patterns have sleeves that tie on. The Renaissance of the 15th and 16th centuries began in politically splintered Italy. The age was humanistic, like the people themselves; the clothing was individualistic, c


Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns Pattern by Period Patterns
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Sewing Pattern - Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns, c. 1470-1505. provides patterns for 7 gowns & 1 tabard (sizes 8-18). Two have split skirts. underskirts, and stomachers, to fake an underdress. The underskirts and stomachers can be left off, replaced by a real underdress. Four of the gown patterns have sleeves that tie on. The Renaissance of the 15th and 16th centuries began in politically splintered Italy. The age was humanistic, like the people themselves; the clothing was individualistic, competitive, and even playful. While there were broad similarities, regional variations were the norm. Fashion for woman changed radically after 1460. Evolving from the houpelande (PP26), the bodice was cut separately from the skirt, above the natural waist, and became tight fitting. Skirts could be gathered or pleated or neither. They were often split in front to show the skirt of a sleeveless underdress, which could also show under a V-neck. The chemise (PP90) decorated or not, also often showed at the neck. The sleeves could be slashed to show the chemise sleeve, and were often laced or tied to the bodice, rather than sewn on. This allowed different sets of sleeves to be worn with one gown. A sleeveless tabard was occasionally worn over the gown. This pattern goes well with PP90, PP92 and PP93. Great for Game of Thrones Costume, Eddard Stark, Sean Bean, Arryn, Baratheon, Greyjoy, Lannister, Stark, Tully, Tyrell, Rickon Stark, Rodrik Cassel, Maester Luwin, Septa Mordane, Osha, Roose Bolton, Aemon Targaryen, Benjen Stark, Yoren, Samwell Tarly, Qhorin Halfhand, Illyrio, Mopatis, Pyat Pree, Xaro Xhoan Daxos, Syrio Forel, Shae, Gendry, Jaqen H'ghar, Princess Myrcella, Prince Joffrey, Cersei Lannister, Pycelle, Lord Varys, Ser Barristan Selmy, The Lord of Bones, Jhiqui, Eddard Stark, Robert Baratheon, Tyrion Lannister, Catelyn Stark, Ser Jaime Lannister, Cersei Baratheon, Daenerys, Jorah Mormont, Petyr Baelish, Viserys Targaryen , Jon Snow, Robb Stark, Arya Stark.

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  • Sewing Pattern - Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns, c. 1470-1505
  • 7 gowns & 1 tabard (sizes 8-18). Two have split skirts. underskirts, and stomachers, to fake an underdress. The underskirts and stomachers can be left off, replaced by a real underdress. Four of the gown patterns have sleeves that tie on.
  • Excellent for Renaissance, Medieval or Dark Ages Impression
  • Great for SCA or Medieval Reinactments, Dark Ages LARPs and other Live Action Role Play
  • Great Costume Pattern for Game of Thrones or as a historical Item for any SCA, Medieval, Celtic or Renaissance Living history Enthusiast, Great for Renaissance, highlander games, medieval

Additional Information

Brand:
Period Patterns
Manufacturer:
Patterns of Time
Category:
Sewing Patterns & Templates
Color:
Black & White (Sewing Pattern)
Model:
ABCD
MPN:
PP41
Part Number:
PP41
Size:
Sizes 8-18
Publisher:
Patterns of Time

 


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