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The Costumer's Manifesto: Renaissance Patterns for Sale by Lorraine Renaissance Patterns

My patterns are grouped by time period or costuming genre. You do NOT need a credit card to shop at my store. Because I cannot update these pages every day, patterns may be subject to prior sale. Sales Information may be found at the bottom of this page.

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Pattern & how-to Books:

Butterick 6196

Butterick 6198

Recent McCalls/Simpilicity/Butterick costume patterns are sold new and uncut. All vintage patterns however, are sold as-is. I will carefully remove and check all pieces of vintage patterns for completeness, and advise via e-mail of any irregularities.

Shipping and handling in the US is $3.40 for as many patterns as can fit in a U.S. Post Office Priority Mail Envelope. Shipping outside the U.S. is at international rates. Your E-mail confirmation will contain the exact shipping/handling costs. All prices are quoted in U.S. Dollars.

To order patterns:

1) E-mail with the pattern manufacturer and pattern number, and if applicable, size. Remember to include your name and mailing address in your e-mail.

2) Wait for e-mail confirmation of your order, total due, and mailing address. Then mail in your check to Lorraine Pettit, 1535 Mary Ann St. Fairbanks AK 99701

3) Patterns will be held until your check has cleared, or up to 10 business days. If you need to revise your order in any way, please e-mail

4) I process all pattern related e-mails within 48 hours. If you do not hear from me within that time please do e-mail again.

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