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The Elizabethan Lady's Comfort Ensemble 4-Pack

Second Edition
$120.00 (Calif. add sales tax)

Includes four popular packages:

With this package set, you not only recieve all three packages that make up the Elizabethan Ladies Ensemble, you also get the Elizabethan Comfort pattern set, to complete the Elizabethan Ladies Ensemble.

The Elizabethan Comfort pattern allows you to dress more comfortably, yet still be well dressed for court, street, or fine feast event. This is an excellent pattern for thos who are pregnant or nursing, while still allowing you to participate in your favorite events.

And the Loose Gown can be worn over the other fitted garments to provide extra polish to your look. Or if made in a warmer fabric with fur trim, the loose gown can add an extra layer of warmth for those colder fall & winter events. The possibilities are endless.

This full set of Ladies patterns provide you with the complete wardrobe package. The various parts have been designed from the beginning to work together, eliminating the problems in styling and sizing that result from mixing sources. By varying the styles and materials used, these patterns are suitable for social classes ranging from personal servants or merchants up to nobility and royalty.

The patterns are multi-sized from 2 to 30. (View size chart pdf.)

Each pattern package comes with extensive instructions and documentation - including detailed discussion of extant specimens, how they were made and worn, materials and techniques of the period, and the modern equivalents you can use to achieve the closest possible results. The new Second Editions incorporate errata and feedback from our customers to make them better than ever. These are, quite simply, the best Elizabethan patterns ever offered to the public at any price, and all four pattern sets can be purchased at a cost saving package price.


"This set is wonderful! I've been loosing weight, so I can use the Comfort patterns until I lose the weight, then I can still wear the Ladies outfits and make up a nice court dress with the rest of the patterns. And a loose gown is great for colder events as an extra layer." - Kimiko

 

 

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