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  • Harper House and Timberpond Press - Patterns and catalogs for reenactment and dollmaking. Images and links to patterns, divided by period or ethnic costume. Doll tools, books, and individual designers.
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  • Kannik's Korner - Historic, researched clothing patterns (1750-1820) and hand sewing books. Designers and producers of counted cross stitch kits of historic sites. Consultations, links, FAQs, and contact information. (Springfield, Ohio, USA)
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  • Lavolta Press - Publisher of books on historic costuming and vintage clothes.
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  • Long Island Staylace Association: Resource List - LISA's main site is for corsetry enthusiasts. Linked here is their supplies and patterns page.
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  • Patterns of Time - Over 300 fantasy and historical patterns in addition to clasps, trims, accessories and ready made costumes. Special order costumes also available. Such makers as Past Patterns, Period Patterns, MoiRandall, Costume Connection, Laughing Moon Mercantile, Wingeo, and Alter Years.
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  • R.L. Shep Publishing - Republishes original tailoring and dressmaking manuals from the Regency, Federalist, Victorian, Civil War, and Edwardian periods.
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  • Rocking Horse Farm Patterns - Seller of vintage and historical clothing patterns from medieval to the 1950's.
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  • Sewing Central - Sellers of patterns for clothing from the Dark Ages to the 1920's.
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  • Tailor's Guide.com - Historically correct clothing patterns. Colonial, fur trade, American Civil War, and western frontier.
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  • Vintage Pattern Lending Library - A collection of rare, antique, and vintage clothing patterns dating from the 1850s through the 1940s for Library members to buy or borrow. New material added on a continuing basis.
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