The {FREE} American Duchess Cape Pattern

Feb 8, 2021 5 comments

 

Click Here for the pattern

Howdy! Since we put our Patreon to sleep, we needed to find a new place to host the #ADCapeCult 1910s Wrap Cape pattern.

So it's going to be here! I have to host this on Google Drive, which means you will likely get a pop-up when you click "download" warning you that this might be hooky. I assure you it's not - it's just Google looking out for us.

Download, enjoy, and tag #ADCapeCult on Instagram!

Or click here for the pattern, too.


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    1. we closed our patreon to focus primarily on making fabulous shoes

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    2. Making fabulous shoes is a very valid reason we can only approve of!

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  2. Still haven't made this one yet! Maybe this will be the year.... :)

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  3. Hello! I'm brand new to the 18th century garment world and I'm trying to make my first pair of stays. Is there a forum or blog that anyone recommends that would be able to help with patterns, construction, tips and tricks? I would love to find a pattern historically accurate to 1730-1770, the Rococo period. I absolutely love the extravagance but I am struggling to find any kind of good research, most stays tutorials are either rushed or they cut corners which I understand because most are working under a timeline however I am not. I do not have a time preference not is there a certain time this needs to be done. I really want to create a hand sewn historically accurate 18th century Rococo outfit; dress, hat, stays, shift, etc. I have done quite a bit of research on my own but I can't figure out if pale yellow or light baby blue is a more accurate color for the time period, many simply say pastels. I have so many more questions but I’ll try to make this short: What are the best resources to use and study for making garments from the Rococo period?

    Thank you for your time and I can't express how much I appreciate your art and all the hard work you put in to creating such magic! You've inspired me and I'm sure many others to take up a needle and start our sewing journey!

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