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No Late Victorian Bustle skirt is complete without the correct foundations.

Boned but flexible rear to support your dress and make your bum fashionably huge.

Bum pad template included in case you just desire an even bigger bum.... or even to support a heaver dress.

Can be made for under or outer wear.

Simple sewing Construction

Please feel free to email any questions before purchasing.

There are three sizes of sewing pattern included with adjustable drawstring waistband to fit from a 20" waist up to a 40" waist (the petticoat pattern is easy to make bigger if required)

Approx length 36"

Material required:

White cotton or polycotton fabric,
if all in the same fabric (petticoat and frills) then 4.6M of 48" (120 cm) or 60" (150cm) wide fabric.

For a main skirt body with different fabric frills, then you need 2M for frills and 2.6M for main skirt body,
white cotton tape 1" (2.5cm) wide x 7 yards (6.5 m),
plastic covered steel boning 1/2" (12 -13mm) wide x 1.5 m,
waistband tape or white interfacing,
white lacing cord and sewing thread,
erasable fabric marking pen.

Supplies are available from Harlots and Angels website haberdashery section

Please feel free to email any questions before purchasing.

Steampunk Victorian Bustle Skirt Petticoat Sewing Pattern circa 1880

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  • Materials: poly cotton, satin, silk, leather, brocade, paper pattern, sewing pattern
  • Ships worldwide from France
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