1750s Outlander Brunswick Jacket - Multi-Sized Pattern PDF or Print
PATD23 ~ 1750s Dolls Brunswick Jacket & Skirt
The Brunswick is one of several informal jackets popular in the later 18th century, derived from working class costumes but made up in fine fabrics.
The Brunswick comprises a hip-length jacket with a high neckline and hood, worn with a matching petticoat. Brunswicks are considered to be a travel garment of sorts, something fashionable, but practical.
Originating in France, the Brunswick was also popular in England and the United States.
Silk is the most common fabric used in surviving garments from the period, but many portraits look like taffeta or quilted satin, which were also popular fabrics for this garment.
Fitted jacket with a gathered peplum and hood.
Bonus: Pattern includes long skirt with gathered waist and fitted waistband.
Options to order:
1. PDF File to download and print from your own computer
2. Printed in black and white and mailed to you - shipping will apply
Pattern multi-sized for two popular 18" Dolls Sizes
~ for American Girl Dolls and
~ for the slim Carpatina Dolls and Kidz n Cats
Difficulty Level: Medium
- 1/2 yard main fabric
- 1/2 yard lining
- 3 Hook and Eye for closure
- Matching thread
Pattern for a petticoat available
Carpatina patterns are intended for personal use. They can also be used for small scale business as long as you credit us for the pattern design such as "Made using a Carpatina Pattern" listed on your websites, Ebay or similar selling sites.