Monday, November 15, 2010

Chemise Pattern

I've been working on digitalizing the patterns I used for my victorian chemise and corset.
The chemise pattern is done so I thought I'd share it with you. It is generally based on victorian chemises, but is very easy to alter, so you can make chemises for whatever era you like :)

So here you go, the pattern and the instructions, both as pdf files. Have fun!

Note: No seam allowances included.

10 comments:

  1. It looks easy, thank you for sharing your talent!

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  2. Thank you for this free pattern. I'm using it for a Doctor Who Femme Eleven outfit. I'll write a blog post about it when I'm done, and will mention/link your blog and pattern. http://dressdiary.blogspot.com

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  3. I have a question. What is the seam allowance on this pattern? I just cut my pieces out, and can't find a reference to it. Was I supposed to add my own seam allowance? Thanks.

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  4. Hello Serinde,
    I am just about to make your chemise, it looks very simple yet pretty. I have just finished making a pair of Victorian drawers, or bloomer, or knickers; whatever you want to call them! Very comfy too. I am a member of a Steampunk forum, Steampunks would be delighted to hear about you as we are based around Victorian society and always looking for assistance for making things. I'll put their address down in case you are interested:
    http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php
    your
    Alexandra

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  5. Hi, this is so beautiful. Did you end you finishing the dress? I would love to see it.

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  6. Thanks for this pattern and congratulations for your work, it's very beautiful !!

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  7. Your links appear to be broken, I get an error message when I click on them.

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  8. I know, I'm sorry. There's a problem with my webspace where I'm hosting the documents.

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  9. Your links are still broken.

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