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Caraco    Chaqueta larga que se puede usar hacia arriba o abajo a la polonesa , con tira fruncido opcional que se adjunta en la parte frontal centro para mantener pañuelo en su lugar.

JP Ryan Caraco Pattern for mid to late century historic reenactor's and museum interpreter's costume. American Revolution saw this type of gown in use.

1750's - 1770's Pet-en-l'air or Robe à la Française Pattern  Le Chevalier D'Eon  Without the saque back, this might be a better fit for Lia's red gown.

JP Ryan Pet-en-l'air Pattern for mid to late century historic reenactor's and museum interpreter's costume.

To make this coat between 2 7/8 to 3 3/8 yards of wool broadcloth or twill linen and about the same amount for a lining of oatmeal 3.7 oz. linen or for extra warmth wool flannel is required. Notions needed are about 1 yard linen buckram interfacing, between 12 to 26 3/4 to 1" buttons or button molds, 4 1/2 to 3/4" 5/8 to 1" buttons or button molds, and 35/2 or 50/3 linen thread. Also for the button holes about two spools of quilter's thread or buttonhole twist will be enough.

JP Ryan civilian Frock Coat pattern for Revolutionary War historic reenactors and museum interpreters.

The pet en l’air is a jacket that is basically just a short version of the sack dress.  According to (goddess) Norah Waugh in Cut of Women’s Clothes (pp 68 & 70) this type of garment was called a casaquin from the early part of the 18th century until about the 1740s.  The length of this garment was originally to the knee, and shortened gradually as the century progressed until the skirt of it resembled what we would call a peplum around 1780…

Pet en l’air Jacket

The pet en l’air is a jacket that is basically just a short version of the sack dress. According to (goddess) Norah Waugh in Cut of Women’s Clothes (pp 68 & 70) this type of garment was called a casaquin from the early part of the 18th century until about the 1740s. The length of this garment was originally to the knee, and shortened gradually as the century progressed until the skirt of it resembled what we would call a peplum around 1780…

Couture Historique: The 18th Century Bedgown

Manteau-de-Lit or Bedgown > The Recollections of J P Ryan > Historical Sewing Patterns (Women) > Home > Vena Cava Design

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