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The Eura – Zero-waste Sewing Pattern (Download)

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This PDF sewing pattern is the end result of research and development to make available an historic idea for modern day use.  This garment is an historic pattern called a Eura, believed to be worn as an undergarment around 500-1,000 AD.  It’s much like a shift dress that acts as a petticoat under the corset and overskirts.  Like many historic garments it’s based on the best utilisation of precious textiles that we now refer to as zero-waste.

 

The PDF download includes:

  1. The PDF sewing pattern scaled to work with 3 different width fabrics (112cm/44″, 130cm/51″ and 150cm/59″.) so you should be able to find something in your stash to make the most of this historic sewing pattern.  It’s available in three different print format options:  A4/letter to print at 33 pages, A0 print at 2 pages and 36″ plotter print at just under 2 metres (2 yds 7 in).  You’re able to select your print option prior to purchasing the sewing pattern.
  2. A PDF A4/letter print document (18 pages) that has all the blog post information on this unique design including different sizing as it relates to different width fabrics and sewing instructions.

 

Included with your PDF sewing pattern is a specification to give you an idea of the sizes you can achieve with different width fabrics.  If you’d like to  checkout my original blog posts use this following link.  Folk to Fashion – Zero-waste.

 

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This PDF sewing pattern is the end result of research and development to make available an historic idea for modern day use.  This garment is an historic pattern called a Eura, believed to be worn as an undergarment around 500-1,000 AD.  It’s much like a shift dress that acts as a petticoat under the corset and overskirts.  Like many historic garments it’s based on the best utilisation of precious textiles that we now refer to as zero-waste.

 

Because the original idea for this folk design is based on a proportional breakdown of the available cloth, there are a number of variables between garments made with different widths in fabric.

 

The PDF download includes:

  1. The PDF sewing pattern scaled to work with 3 different width fabrics (112cm/44″, 130cm/51″ and 150cm/59″.) so you should be able to find something in your stash to make the most of this historic sewing pattern.  It’s available in three different print format options:  A4/letter to print at 33 pages, A0 print at 2 pages and 36″ plotter print at just under 2 metres (2 yds 7 in).  You’re able to select your print option prior to purchasing the sewing pattern.
  2. A PDF A4/letter print document (18 pages) that has all the blog post information on this unique design including different sizing as it relates to different width fabrics and sewing instructions.

 

Included with your PDF sewing pattern is a specification to give you an idea of the sizes you can achieve with different width fabrics.  If you’d like to  checkout my original blog posts use this following link.  Folk to Fashion – Zero-waste.
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