LM112 1856-1889 Hoops and Bustles Pattern

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Victorian Hoops and Bustles. All views are copies of extant period hoops and bustles. View A is a bell shaped hoop skirt popular from 1856-1863 and 1869 and 1876. view B is an “elliptic” skirt 1863-1871. View C is a bustle, hoop and train supporter 1869-1876, 1883-1889. View D and E bustles were worn during the second bustle period of 1883-1889. View F is a bustle pad worn throughout the Victorian and into the Edwardian periods. More information and resources are contained in the pattern.

Fabric: Cotton Broadcloth or Sateen. Notions: All Views- 2 yards of 1” wide grosgrain ribbon or twill tape. Optional-one 1” wide safety buckle, hoop steel or hoop wire and wide single fold bias tape—lengths noted at right. “All Purpose” tin snips. View A: 4 plastic or metal ends, 6 connectors* for steel. View B: 6 connectors* for steel. View C: 8 plastic or metal ends, 5 connectors*, 2 54” long laces, 36 grommets, grommet setting tool, two 10 1/2” long, 1/4” wide bones, two 14” long, 1/4” wide bones. View D: 16 plastic or metal ends, 2 laces 54” long, 32 grommets, grommet setting tool, four 10 1/2 long, 1/4” wide bones. View E: 8 plastic or metal ends, 1 lace 54” long, two 10 1/2”, 1/4” wide bones. View F: Cotton or poly stuffing.

*Steel Connectors—Steel connectors can be purchased or made with plastic tubing. More information in pattern about working with steel, supplies, and suppliers of the materials needed.



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