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1861 Garibaldi Blouse Pattern


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  • Sewing Pattern - 1861 Garibaldi Blouse. Multisized 30-50" Bust. This is a loose fitting blouse, which first appeared in 1861, as a female version of a soldier's uniform worn during the Civil War.
  • Great for Victorian, Edwardian, Western, SASS, Wild West, Western Expansion, Civil War and modern sewing Impressiosn
  • Excellent for Victorian Dresses, Victorian Blouses, Wild West Dresses, Western Expansion Dresses and Blouses, SASS Impressiosn
  • Excellent for SASS, Western Expansion
  • Excellent for Saloon dancer, saloon keeper, Wild West Woman, Western School Marm, Civil War Ball Gown, Civil War Blouse
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TV441 - 1861 Garibaldi Blouse. Multisized 30-50" Bust. This is a loose fitting blouse, which first appeared in 1861, as a female version of a soldier's uniform worn during the Civil War. Originally, it was of red wool with trimmings across the shoulders, down the center front, around the belt, and at the cuffs. This blouse was gathered into a waistband, and worn over the skirts. By 1862, the term "Garibaldi" began to be used for any loose blouse with bishop sleeves. At this same time, the blouse began to be cut longer and was then tucked into the waistband of the skirt. Prior to 1865, the blouse would be partially hidden from view by a Zuave or Spanish Jacket. After 1865, the blouse could be worn with a simple belt. A white linen version called a "Canezou" appeared, with tucks and lace trimmings covering the front, shoulders, and sleeves. Victorian, Western, SASS Living History.

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