Difficulty: Early Intermediate
Includes Patterns for "G105A Annabel," "G105B Élise," and "G105C Bess"
US Sizes 21"-24" head circumference
EU Sizes 53cm – 61cm head circumference
(all caps are adjustable with drawstring closure)
The G105 Cap Pattern Bundle includes 3 styles of caps present and popular during the 1770s in Europe and North America for colonist fashions. These patterns were developed by careful study of portraiture, sketches, and images from the period and are intended to be a great introduction into cap making.
The pattern instructions are for hand-stitched construction, as studied in period originals. Techniques explained in the instructions include rolled hems, whip-rolled gathers, and the butted whipstitch seam, to name a few. Also included are tips on trimming and styling your cap to your personal taste.
Amount: Approximately 1/2–2/3y x 45" (0.4–0.5m x 106cm) fabric needed per cap
Types of Fabric: Light but crisp cottons such as organdy, voile, or muslin OR lightweight linens such as cambric, handkerchief-lightweight or fine weights OR plain weave silks such as organza or batiste.
About your Pattern:
This pattern is a physical paper pattern.
The 1770s Cap Bundle Pattern contains the following:
- 16 pages Instruction Booklet
- 1 large paper printed pattern sheet
- Large Paper Envelope
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