Authentic Civil War Era Lady's "The Red Riding-Hood" Draft Pattern

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Authentic Civil War Era Lady's "The Red Riding-Hood" Draft Pattern

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Authentic Civil War Era Lady's "The Red Riding-Hood" Draft Pattern

Dakota Prairie Treasures Single Pattern Republication™

Originally Published 1862

"This hood is the novelty of the season, and while it is both pretty and becoming, it is very simple and easily made...Nothing can be nicer than this hood, and it is all the rage this season: it covers the side of the neck better than any other hood."  

Named for the popular folk tale, this wool hood is easily made.  The size is adjusted by loosening or tightening the inside ribbon ties.  Hoods were worn throughout the 19th century.  This pattern, originally published in Peterson's Magazine in 1862, has been adapted for both adult and children's sizes.

This reproduction pattern is a great resource for those who are Civil War and Victorian historical reenactment enthusiasts, opera, stage and theatre costumers, students of historical clothing, fiber and textile artists.

Reproduction draft pattern, instructions and envelope in excellent condition

Product CodeAUTJL6A116
ManufacturerDakota Prarie Treasures
Stock Level1

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