Traditional German Clothing Dirndl & Lederhosen Cutting Dies
It’s time to celebrate! Recreate memories of the old country (Germany & Austria), Oktoberfest and more with these super cute clothes.
The following information is courtesy of the German Culture website:
If you’ve been to Oktoberfest, which is celebrated all over the world, you are familiar with lederhosen and dirndls. Lederhosen, which means “leather trousers” in German, are the short leather pants worn by men. These are usually knee-length and are the historically worn by working-class German men with rustic shoes and wool socks. Lederhosen worn in the Bavarian region had features such as suspenders and front flaps, and these were quickly adopted by other countries. These pants were worn with shirts and sweaters made of coarse linen or wool. Other clothes teamed with the pants were wool stockings and country shoes.
The dirndl is a ruffled apron dress worn by German women that consists of a bodice, or blouse, and a skirt. In the 19th century, the dirndl was the standard uniform of servant girls, but today it is mostly worn in Bavaria and Austria, and like lederhosen, usually for celebration.
Dress up so many projects with this wonderful garb. The negative image of the lederhosen is just excellent and could be everyday shorts or swim trunks. There are so many delightful details in this set. It can easily be used to make confetti shakers. The apron also doubles as a skirt. Emboss the dress after cutting to give dimension to your craft.
Create traditional cards, photo frames, decorations, scrapbooks, gift bags, décor and more with this fun 5 piece set.
- Made from high quality durable carbon steel
- Compatible with all the major die cutting machines including: Cricut Cuttlebug, Spellbinders Grand Calibur, and Sizzix Big Shot
- Dirndl (dress) measures approximately 2.43" tall by 1.4" wide
- Apron tie with bow measures approximately 0.4" tall by 0.61" wide