Burnley & Trowbridge 18th Century Caps Sew Along Companion Pattern
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Caps were an everyday accessory worn by woman of all social levels in the 18th century. It could be simple to quite extravagant with the addition of lace, trims, and ribbons. While it was fashionable, it was also a practical accessory for hygiene, covering the head and protecting the hair from the grime of 18th century life.
- Our cap pattern provides you with two different styles. Both styles can be found in various forms through out the better part of the 18th century.
- This pattern is designed to be used in conjunction with our YouTube Sew Along Series where we take you through the process of making step by step.
- Cap Sew Along here.
- For more information about caps watch our YouTube Lives.
- One size fits most. Fabric and notion requirements
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