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Rococolette Stocking Pattern


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Inspired by the Rococo period - a time of extravagance, frivolity and aggrandizement. Incredibly detailed gowns in exaggerated shapes and mules or slippers made of delicate materials to match each dress. "Rococolette" takes one back to the lavish 18th century French Court... This design embraces the ornate embellishments of the period's fashion. From the undulating curves of the Ruching down to the Court Slipper. This PDF Pattern includes: - full sized pattern pieces (no resizing is required, just tape together) - pattern layout diagrams & assembly instructions - step-by-step instructions with detailed diagrams, tips and full colour photos - measurements are provided in Imperial & Metric BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY The techniques used are freehand sewing along a curved guideline, turning, pivoting, clipping, edge stitching, hand sewing & layering of fabrics. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Stocking Size (approximate) is 18" long (top of cuff to bottom of heel) & 8.75" wide (across the top).

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Textiles have been a life long passion. It began at a very young age with fabric scraps from my mother's sewing projects & the desire to create has only increased over time. I have had the pleasure of working with clients for the past 3 decades. It has brought me invaluable experience in design, pattern drafting & construction techniques with a variety of textiles - from formal to active wear. Historical fashions are, quite simply, mesmerizing to me, as they embody the grace & elegance of embellishment and incredible detail. I enjoy designing with the flavour of "times past" and hope to inspire the joy of creating/sewing in others.