Ladies' Medieval & 
Renaissance Patterns

Ladies' 14th Century
Cotehardie Set

Simple and lyric style; the skirts are strongly flared; the body parts laced to fit tightly and reveal the figure. The corehardie is usually longer than the wearer and has a low, square neckline. Sizes 6-16.
Skill Level 3

$35 + $14 S&H

Lady Anna Sophia

15th Century Italian courtier. Often made from richly decorated silks and interwoven with real gold or silver thread.
Sizes 6-16.
Skill Level 3

$35 + $14 S&H

Wench Dress & Shift

16th Century basic European shift with sleeveless dress that laces in front and both sides. 
Sizes 6-16.
Skill Level 1

 $35 + $14 S&H

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(same as Shift pictured in 29-MR)

Medieval Shift Only

16th Century basic European shift, can be made with or without sleeves. Sizes 6-16.
Skill Level 1

$20 + $12 S&H


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c. 1690-1700's

Worn with panniers and separate petticoat. Full overskirt with pocket, open at front. Bodice has elaborate drawn sleeves and separate decorated stomacher. Large lace collar.
 Includes 43-MR Hip Roll pattern!
Sizes 6-16.
Skill Level 3+

30 + $12 S&H


Hip Roll/Bum Roll, 
c. 1470-1650

This well padded fabric roll encircles the body below the waistline, distributing the weight of skirts to the hips, rather than dragging at the waist. Helps achieve the big-hipped silhouette characteristic of the period. Modest bum rolls used by lower class women, with proportionately larger ones as the social stature increases.
One Size Fits Most.
Skill Level 1

$12 + $5.50 S&H

Pattern Skill Levels

Level 1

Easy for period patterns construction. Basic sewing knowledge needed.
Level 2 Moderate detail, for experienced seamstresses.
Level 3 More detail, expert seamstress/tailoring skills needed. For Level 2's who want to graduate to a new level.
Level 3+ Expert seamstress' & tailors: use all skills!

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