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(Click On Picture To Enlarge) American Western frock coat, waist coat and shirt, circa 1880, by Buckaroo Bobbins. Could be used for steampunk or other Victorian adventures. This is a close match for the coat worn by Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor from "Doctor Who," if made in View A with bias tape edging.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy straight or pleated miniskirt. In three styles with variations. Cute on a Companion! (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy V-Neck Jumper, just the sort of thing Clara Oswald or another of the younger Companions would wear. (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Cute easy-rated jumper such as a modern Companion (Clara Oswald) might wear. In straight or flared styles, sleeveless, short, or 3/4-length sleeves.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy off-shoulder or asymmetrical shoulder dress in various configurations. Cute on a Companion! With a little imagination and the right fabric, View A could easily be Artemis/Diana. (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy and appealing dress in off-shoulder/partial sleeve configuration with square or asymetrical hem. Cute on a Companion! (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's formal suit or tuxedo with shawl or notched collar. Great for James Bond, or Jon Pertwee's Third Doctor, if the jacket is made in velvet. Pattern is rated "advanced."
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Gentleman's frock coat, waistcoat, pants, and tie. This could lend itself nicely for steampunk style. It also strongly resembles Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor's frock coat (unfortunately his waistcoat usually was collarless, though not always). It could possibly be modified to resemble William Hartnell's First Doctor's coat, if you round the