Regency, Romantic and Victorian

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This hat can be made up in straw or as a fabric covered hat.


Early 19thC Seaside Bonnet



A pattern for Jockey Style Caps and French Bonnets. This pattern was just revamped to be a mix and match pattern. It has 5 different shapes of brims and 8 different crowns so, that you can create a cap or bonnet that is simple or complex.


Regency Era Soft Crown Hat/Bonnet



It includes several brim shape options along with instructions for a double brim and a softer flipped back brim and adding a fur edge.


Regency High Crown Bonnet



It includes 3 different hats in multiple sizes. View A is a Cantab Hat ca. 1806, View B is a a straw Cantab Hat and View C is a Polish Casquette also 1806.


Napoleonic Era Hat



4 Views and a Day Cap pattern. This Bonnet is wide brimmed and the crown has extra space to fit the top knot hairstyle of the decade.


ca.1830 Romantic Period Bonnet



3 Views of this flared Top Hat Style. With an optional shaped brim pattern. It also includes instructions for making it up in straw. The shorter version (Muller-cut-down Top Hat)  made from straw was sometimes worn  in the very late 1700’s and very early 1800’s.


Wellington Top Hat / Mad Hatter



The support for drawn bonnets come from reed or cane threaded thru channels sewn into the fabric.


Drawn Bonnet 1845-50



If you want to add a kit with the 3 yds. round reed, 4 yds. 6MM natural binder cane, 1.25 yds. 3MM common chair cane that you will need to make the Drawn bonnet above then see below.


Round Reed, binder cane & chair cane



This Bonnet is just two pieces, the back and side. The pattern piece for the side can be cut on alternate lines to give a bonnet that is earlier or later within this 20 year span. It includes instructions for making it as a fabric covered hat or making it up as “straw braid”.


1840-1850s Bonnet



This bonnet pattern has instructions on how to do the Ribbon Work decoration, 1845-1855.


Early Victorian Bonnet



The support for drawn bonnets come from reed or cane threaded thru channels sewn into the fabric.


Drawn Bonnet 1855-60



If you want to add a kit with the 6 yard. of #4 Round Reed you will need to make the Drawn bonnet above then see below.


Round Reed



This pattern works for the time period 1860-70. It includes instructions for making it as a fabric covered hat or making it up with “straw braid”. Similar bonnets where being shown in the fashion magazines of London and America from the early 1860’s but if you are not costuming for a character that would have had access to the latest fashions for the early Civil War time period you might want to choose my 1840′-1850’s style bonnet pattern.


U.S. Civil War Period Bonnet



This pattern works for the time period late 1850’s thru 1860’s. It includes instructions for making it as a fabric covered hat or making it up with”straw braid”.


U.S. Civil War Period Summer Hat



It includes 4 different brimless hats in multiple sizes.


Victorian Brimless Hat



This Hat was styled after a hat shown in the Feb, 1871 issue of the Harper’s Bazar. This style of hat was called a Winter Bonnet in the fashion magazine. This pattern includes instructions for making this hat and options for other very similar hats also, from Harper’s


Mid-Victorian Winter Bonnet



5 sizes it has an arched brim, straight sided crown and will work for many hats from Ladies’ Victorian Riding to a Man’s Top Hat to a Man’s Stove Pipe Hat.


Victorian Riding, Top & Stovepipe Hat



This hat has 3 Views and a couple options. Time period 1870-80s


1870-80s Bustle Era Hat



A bonnet pattern for the years 1877-82 with instructions for straw or fabric covered buckram construction. There are two views.


Natural Form Bustle Era Bonnet



This pattern has two views. View A is for a fabric covered buckram hat with an asymmetrical crown and a rolled symmetrical brim that can be tipped down on the edge. View B is for a straw plait over buckram with a symmetrical crown and an asymmetrical brim that is pulled up on the wide side and down on the narrow side. Note: The brim on this hat is shaped, you will need to soften and drape buckram over a brim mold that you make from a 10″ styrofoam wreath. This is the 3rd. edition of this pattern it was rewritten in 2014.


Late Victorian Tall Hat



5 Views, view B is fabric covered buckram the other views are straw over a wireframe.


Late Victorian Small Bonnet



1885-1895 Evening Cape Pattern. This is an elegant puffed sleeved, long fronted, short backed cape with just three pattern pieces.


Evening Cape Pattern ca. 1885-95



This pattern has the instructions and a pattern for 4 different bonnets. Three are fabric covered buckram and one is straw over single buckram (or crinoline). They could be made as hats without the ties if you used a hat pin to keep it in place.


Late 1870s – Mid 1890s Bonnet



 

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