Smoking Cap Pattern - c.1872



Smoking Cap Pattern
Victorian needlework pattern for a man's smoking cap.

This needlework pattern for a gentleman's smoking cap was provided in the February 1872 issue of the Victorian woman's magazine, Peterson's Magazine. It is to be worked in "appliqué and braid." The magazine suggested brown and green cloth, or brown and green cashmere.


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