Early 19th c. Chemises In the Collection of the Ohio Historical Society
Corset c. 1811, in the Collection of the Missouri Historical Society
Regency fichus. Diagram of different types. From the Oregon Regency Society's blog.
January, 1859: Marie Antionette Fichu, pattern
The Coraco Eugenie bodice, Godey’s Lady’s Book - July, 1855. “The following is the pattern of the "Coraco Eugenie.” The sizes, given in inches, will show it is for a lady of middle height and youthful...
Regency Bib Front Gown pattern for 36" bust - based on a dress featured in Costume in Detail, page 373. Pieced bib, smooth SF with long shoulder strap, ordinary small back. Sleeve long and shaped.
How to Make an 18th Century Chemise, http://www.marquise.de/en/1700/howto/frauen/18chemise.shtml
Patterns for two different early 19th century chemises In the Collection of the Missouri Historical Society
Pattern for a Front Opening Gown In the Collection of the Ohio Historical Society (5022). Brown semi-sheer silk/wool blend. Square neck front, small pleats to fit. CF bodice wraps to back. Back 1 piece on fold. Back waist drawstring from underarm around. Long straight sleeve, little shaping. Skirt of 3 34" panels. .5" tucks 1" apart, starting 3" from hem. Hem faced with 2.5" linen. Skirt pleated to waist? Need to see original.
Corset c. 1800, in the Collection of the Ohio Historical Society