Saundra Ros Altman's: Past Patterns
The Historical Pattern Company
Dedicated to Accuracy Since 1979
Accurate Federal, Jacksonian, Civil War, Gilded Age,
Edwardian and WWI up to WWII Clothing Patterns for Men, Women and
#811: A Bloomer Costume and The Fashionable Dress from Which It was Made: Circa 1851-1853
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- 1789 - 1829 patterns for
clothing of the Federal Era. Beginning with the
Presidency of George Washington and the ratification of
the Constitution, Lewis and Clark's Adventure of
Discovery, the War of 1812 through the Presidency of John
- 1830 - 1840 patterns
for clothing from the Jacksonian Era through the
Beginning of the Railroads in the East.
- 1850 - 1860 patterns
from the Antebellum Period through the War Between the
- 1870 - 1890 patterns for clothing from the Gilded Age
through the Gay '90s.
- 1900 - 1919 patterns for clothing of the Edwardian
Era, WW I and Ragtime Music.
- 1920s patterns for
clothing of the Roaring Twenties Era, the Liberated
Flapper, Women's Suffrage and the Charleston Dance.
- 1930s patterns for
clothing that were influenced by Coco Chanel
- 1940s patterns for
clothing that were influenced by Broadway Plays and
- Aprons a variety of
- Children's patterns a
variety of eras
- Men's patterns a variety of eras
- Wedding gown patterns a variety of eras
- 1830s Paper Doll
Past Patterns has manufactured historical clothing
patterns and sold them through the mail since 1979. On our
web site, you will see all of the patterns we sell.
Please call us at (937) 223-3722 to order a catalog or
patterns or use our Secure Order
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