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Free Historical Costume Patterns

Have you ever wanted to create an historically accurate bathing suit, corset, or an Elizabethan dress? With the rise in popularity of historical fiction period piece shows and films, it’s no wonder that there are hundreds of historical costume patterns available online for free.
www.costumingdiary.com has an entire collection of free historical costume patterns including Medieval, Elizabethan, and Victorian. Just one click on this page, and you will find a link to hundreds of other patterns.

 

1920 bathing suit

 

There is a pattern for a gentleman’s sack shirt from 1907, a corset from 1911, a bra from 1910, a young girl’s kilted suit from 1876, a boy’s Russian blouse costume from 1905, a gown from the Italian Renaissance, a 1950’s petticoat, and even a pattern for drawers and knickerbockers, as well as a really awesome women’s bathing suit project from the 1920’s that has no pattern at all.

 

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The variety of free patterns available is amazing, and these are just a few examples that have been compiled on www.costumingdiary.com.
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Britex Costume Contest!

Halloween at Britex! Saturday, October 31st. Come see the crazy, fantastic costumes created and worn by our talented associates. And then vote for your favorite Halloween outfit and you could win a $50.00 Britex Fabrics gift certificate. Think about all the red velvet, gold lace trim, royal blue grosgrain ribbon, or ermine faux fur you could buy……just in time for all sorts of seasonal holidays.
Halloween Britex 2006

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