60 Civil War-Era Fashion Patterns

60 Civil War-Era Fashion Patterns

Assembled from vintage issues of Peterson's Magazine, a popular 19th-century "ladies" periodical, these patterns include dresses, pants, jackets, and other apparel for women and children. Historians, collectors of antiques, and costume designers will appreciate this original collection, which features suggestions for re-creating the garments with modern tools and techniques.

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ISBN 0486461769
Pages 120 pages
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