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Pattern for Tudor / Elizabethan Bodies or Corset - Large Sizes

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Tunics To Houppelandes - Resources of the Guild of Tailors, Haberdashers and Mercers of Lochac

Tunics To Houppelandes - Resources of the Guild of Tailors, Haberdashers and Mercers of Lochac - Patterns, information, advice, and construction.

Tunics To Houppelandes - Resources of the Guild of Tailors, Haberdashers and Mercers of Lochac

Front lacing hidden under a pannel that pins on the side. Based on a pattern out of The Tudor Tailor, made by American Duchess

Tailored Apron Dress patterns - http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&docid=TMklP0OWSrZh1M&tbnid=YkyKm3XR5ml6bM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dragonbear.com%2Ftext%2FVAD.doc&ei=ezdQU4yIHeKQyAGipIGYBA&bvm=bv.64764171,d.aWc&psig=AFQjCNHz328xLon7pwsIRNiSSoHj29Q5hw&ust=1397851925438899

Applique hanging with rose pattern, England, possibly Southern Delabere (Gloucestershire), 1580-90 by Kotomicreations, via Flickr

Make a basic tunic No gore insets and very simple to construct. Both the sleeved and sleeveless version can be made from the same pattern. Taking the time creating this pattern from scratch will result in a garment that will be a perfectly tailored fit to your body. Layer the sleeveless over the sleeved version or use as a plain undergarment. "I recommend using 5.3 oz 100% linen or 100% cotton. I use 100% linen because I use these tunics during Pennsic. Linen breathes and looks period...."