Colonial Clothing of Mackinaw

Handmade historical colonial clothing and accessories for children, women and men

 

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Chemise

The chemise was the basic undergarment for all women clothing.  It has a drawstring neckline and at arms.

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Petticoat (Skirt)

This skirt can be made with a fitted or drawstring waistband.  Pictured in linen

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Apron

Available with a fitted or drawstring waistband.
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Kerchief

Used for modesty and protection from the sun.  Can be worn under or over the dress or shortgown.
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Round Gown

(Picture Coming Soon)

This one piece gown can be mad eout of cotton, linen, or a linen blend.  It pins down the front.

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    CAPS                       
                    
 Plain                                                                                                 Ruffled                                                     Mob

Available in the 3 above styles.  The plain and ruffled caps have a drawstring at the neckline to allow for adjustments. 
The mob cap has a drawstring around the entire hat to allow for adjustments.


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Shortgown

 This jacket is worn over the bodice or stays.  It is held together by the apron at the waist, and straight pins in the front.

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Bodice

There is some question as to the accuracy of this item, but I am offering it as it is commonly used amoung reenactors.

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Ladies Pocket

The pocket is available finished in either a plain or patterned material.  It is also available as a kit which includes the cut out pocket pieces, embroidery floss,  waistband material, and instructions for finishing the pocket one the embroidery is completed.

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