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Evelyn Combinations pdf Sewing Pattern

Evelyn Combinations pdf Sewing Pattern

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The Evelyn Combinations are a versatile combination underwear sewing pattern. These turn of the century undergarments offer shoulder-to-knee coverage and a split crotch for convenient bathroom use when wearing long skirts. The Evelyn combinations are princess combinations based on examples from the Edwardian era. This style is most seen in advertising from 1905, although the combined chemise and drawers garment was first worn 40 years prior.


This pattern includes two views:

V1 - simple and clean design, perfect for beginners, people in a rush, and those who enjoy a more plain garment without all the bells and whistles (my personal favorite for layering)

V2 - just like version 1 but with added details including a pieced lace neckline and ruffle at the hem which add a bit of frill and fun to this garment while also providing more volume and shape.

Elements from versions 1 and 2 can be mix and matched, and additional lace insertion or lace overlay can be added!

Check out what @sweet.potato.cosplay and I did in the second half of the sides for inspiration!



Sewing Level:

V1 - Advanced Beginner

V2 - Intermediate/Advanced


Watch the sew-along on YouTube @Ora_Lin




60” fabric All sizes ~ A-G: 3.25yd • H-N: 4yd

48” fabric sizes A-G: 3.25yd  • H-N: 5.5yd

1-2yd Beading lace trim 

1-2yd ribbon for neckline

-V2 only- additional lace as desired



This pattern was created for people of all genders All sizes included

Chest/Bust range = 30"-56" ~ 76cm- 142cm

Waist range = 23"-51" ~ 58cm-129cm

Hip range = 32"-58" ~ 81cm - 147cm


This pattern has sizes A-G and H-N on separate documents to save on paper. Be sure to print the right size range for you.



The big questions: are these combinations historically accurate?

Not 100%. I did research into period accurate shapes, patterning, and construction techniques from primary source material while working on this pattern, but ultimately the purpose of this pattern is to be beginner friendly and easily customizable, not to be a replica of an extant garment. If I had to put a number on it I would say this pattern is 98% HA and can be used in any of your 1900s combinations needs OTHER than to make a replica to replace an extant garment museum heist style.



This product is a sewing pattern NOT a garment

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