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Pattern 1700-01

Irish Kinsale Cloak Thimbles and Acorns

The cloak is one of the most enduring of outer garments throughout history. The use of scarlet cloth for hooded cloaks in the 18th century was so popular in Britain and and it's American colonies that they became considered a traditional British garment for both men and women during this time. While visiting the countryside in Oxfordshire in 1750, Madame du Bocage noted: 'People of this class have their houses well furnished, are well-dressed and eat well; the poorest country girls drink tea, have bodices of chintz, straw hats on the heads and scarlet cloaks upon their shoulders'.

The Kinsale Cloak is a traditional Irish cloak that features a drawstring hood that provides ample room for the taller hairstyles that were popular in the late 18th century.

A 13 page pattern in PDF format will be sent to you by e-mail after purchase. It is designed to print on standard 8 -1/2" x 11" paper. This is a relatively easy pattern, suitable for those with limited sewing experience.

This listing is for a PDF version of the pattern. A printed version is available upon request, but will include a $3.45 printing and shipping charge.

For customers who have already purchased this pattern that would like to request an updated version, please send me a convo with your receipt number and the e-mail address you would like it sent to.

Last Revised: 3/15/12

PDF Pattern for Irish Kinsale Cloak with Drawstring Hood for 18 inch American Girl Doll