The family name Hummel is either from the north of The Netherlands (where I'm from, hence my question) or the French province of Alsace (that part of France was German territory for a while).
'Hummel' is a Dutch word for a young child, it's similar to toddler. A Dutch bumblebee is called 'hommel', by the way.
If you're interested, I can note you with a list of more books and reference that you can add
I don't see my personal go-to for original Victorian and Edwardian patterns, along with TV: www.agelesspatterns.com/ It's a bit different from most companies, and basically what you would have got "back then": single sized (for the most part), very minimal instructions. But tons of great styles and absolutely authentic.
By the way, I've about collected the supplies to re-create your Loup Garou outfit... it *will* happen, some time soonish!