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HISTORICAL SEW ALONGS
Have you been thinking about sewing an 18th century wardrobe (or a history bounding one)? Are you getting into hand sewing? Join us for our Historical Sew Along Series.

POCKET
SEW ALONG & KIT
Prior to the 19th century you really did not find pockets in women’s garments. They were worn under their petticoats or gowns and accessed through a slit in their outer garments. This is a great “lap” project and a good way to practice your stitches.
POCKETS: PART 1
POCKETS: PART 2
POCKETS: PART 3
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PETTICOAT SEW ALONG & SUPPLY LIST
Petticoat was the common term used for what we would call a skirt today!  There were underpetticoats (like a half slip) and fashion petticoats.  They were worn under gowns or as separate garments with a jacket or other upper garment.  They were made of wool, linen, silk, cotton and some blends.  This is a great project for your first 18th century garment with easy stitches and fit.
 

 
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