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Women's Italian Renaissance Gowns Pattern


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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
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  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00188D0X2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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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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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Debbie S on June 10, 2012
I have owned this pattern for a while. I do not like it. The instruction are horrible. The amount of fabric you waste is absolutely a sin. I am reselling mine in it's pristine state. I dislike all of these patterns for the same reasons. I purchased a few different ones. I have used only one and will be selling all the others. Period clothing construction did not waste fabric - if this simple fact was so glaringly disregarded, I don't have much faith in the authenticity. Regarding the instructions- I have decades of sewing experience. I have taken the instructions out several times and put them away after not making any sense. At this point it would be easier to draft a pattern and follow instructions from the Internet. Shame on you.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 21, 2013
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This pattern is geared toward SCA/historical reenactments. If you have little to no experience sewing, you will be confused, as yes, the directions are a little sparse. HOWEVER, I have seen less on a commercial pattern.

Overall, I love it. I'm working on a Venetian persona, and this is EXACTLY what I was looking for. The pattern is very modular, which allows for customization. I really needed the pattern for the pieces of the gowns, and intend to piece them together my own way. There is enough, however, to make each of the dresses featured on the cover.

Excellent. Will buy from this company again.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Carol Yanke on August 3, 2014
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Beautifully drafted with detailed
directions. The multi-sized pattern is a bit difficult to work with and I suggest using a non-woven light weight 1 inch grid to trace the pattern. The non-woven pellon with the grid helps when fine tuning the fit.

This pattern is not for the beginner level sewing enthusiast, it is for those who sew at an advanced level. The pattern is historically accurate and truly reflects the sumptuousness of the Italian Renaissance. The pattern is designed for members of the Society for Creative Anachronism and any one who wishes to build a garment that is a historical representation of women's clothing of the Italian Renaissance. Be prepared to use a lot of yardage.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Peters on April 19, 2014
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I can not wait to use this pattern it looks like fun. I made a renaissance dress before so I know how much work they are. I now have to fine just the right material to get this job done. I look forward to the challenge.
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3 of 14 people found the following review helpful By susan lord on July 13, 2013
Thank you for your review. I am sure I wouldn't be able to use the pattern. I'll look elsewhere for better written instructions. It's hard enough sewing without having to re invent it all.
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