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Accessories 1680s-1725 RH713 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's and Women's accessories from the Golden Age of Piracy 1680-1725. Includes patterns, instructions and historical notes for men's shirts, women's shifts, plain and ruffled petticotes, plain and fancy aprons, men's and women's caps and headdresses, hairstyle instructions for women, and a variety of period-appropriate neckwear for both sexes.
price: $36.95
 

Accessories KK4001 Pattern
By Kannik's Korner. Includes full scale patterns and directions for:
Linen Neck Stock, three views for different buckle styles, neck sizes 13-1/2 through 19-1/2 inches;
Apron, basic pattern with waistcoat button-hole and ties, S-M-L-XL;
Mittens, cloth, leather or fur, sizes 3XS – 4XL;
Hood, cloth, with button face flaps, flares onto shoulders, in 1/4 hat sizes 6 through 8-1/2;
Linen Night Cap, one size;
Folded Pocketbook, two or four section styles, and
Tied Pocketbook, with scalloped flap, in one or two section styles, with suggested needlework patterns; and directions for making a Wallet, a bag used to carry goods and belongings over the shoulder.
price: $14.00
 

Breeches & Slops 1670s-1730s RH706 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for breeches, trousers, or slops circa 1680s-1730s based on the British Admiralty Slop Contracts. Fits waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: outer material & interlining: 3 yds at least 60" wide. Lining: 3 yds at least 60" wide
price: $31.95
 

Breeches 1620s RH109 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man's breeches circa 1610s-20s. Fits waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer's Suggested Yardage Requirements: outer material & interlining: 4 yds at least 60" wide. Lining: 3 yds at least 60" wide.
price: $26.95
 

Breeches 1630s RH106 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man's breeches circa 1630. Included are instructions for optional paning. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 3 yds of at least 36" wide
price: $21.95
 

Breeches Drop Front and Trousers 1750-1820 TG Pattern
The front fall and pocket flaps button to the contoured waistband in front. The waistband has lacing and a gusset in back to ensure a comfortable fit; soft back pleats give seat fullness and easy movement. Breeches have button leg plaquets and fitted bands just below the knee. Each pattern contains sizes XS through XXL.
price: $10.00
 

Breeches Fall Front JPR Pattern
By JP Ryan. Men's fall front breeches, with front pockets, optional waistband watch pocket and tabs for knee buckles. These breeches have a mid-18th century fit, with a short rise, fitting the torso lower in the front than in the back. Order by actual measured waist size 30/32, 34/36, 38/40, 42/44. 46/48.
price: $18.00
 

Breeches Fall Front RH812 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for fall-front breeches circa 1770s-1790s based on extant examples. Fits waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer's suggested yardage requirements: outer material & interlining: 2 yds at least 60" wide. Lining: 2 yds at least 60" wide.
price: $22.95
 

Breeches Fly Front 1730s-1760s RH811 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for fly-front breeches circa 1730s-1760s based on extant examples. Fits waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer's suggested yardage requirements: outer material & interlining: 2 yds at least 60" wide. Lining: 2 yds at least 60" wide.
price: $22.95
 

Breeches French Fly 1690-1750 TG Pattern
With the disappearance of the "petticoat breeches" and the "Spanish Breeches", along with the shorter waistcoats and coats about 1690, the "French Fly" came into popularity. Each pattern contains sizes M through XXL.
price: $10.00
 

Capote MRB003 Pattern
Northern Plains capote pattern includes sizes 36-52. Includes several options for fringe treatment, decorations, etc., and is easy to make.
price: $9.99
 

Cassock RH107 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man's cassock (casaque) or mandillion. Can be worn as a sleeved overcoat or a cape. Multisized to fit chests 32"-60". Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 5 yards
price: $21.95
 

Cloak Men's RH817 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for men's collared cloak as worn in the 18th century. Multisized to fit chests 32"-60". Embellishment suggestions included.
Suggested Fabrics: coat weight wool
Yardage Requirements: 4 yds
price: $24.95
 

Cloth Hose RH001 Pattern
Try our pattern for cloth hose, boot hose, and nethersocks (fabric, not knitted), worn widely by noble and commoner from the 14th through 17th centuries before knitted stockings became common. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 1½ yds 45" wide.
price: $21.95
 

Coat 1750 JPR Pattern
Appropriate for either civilian or military wear, this coat has very full skirts, deep cuffs, a straighter front line and roomier sleeves than coats worn in the 1770's and later. The body of the coat fits close to the person and the armholes are set high and back to reinforce a correct, erect 18th century posture. Military lapels and cuffs may be mixed and matched to suit the requirements of your unit. Requires approx 4 yds lining and 4 yds outer fabric (60" wide). Order by chest size 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, or 52.
price: $24.00
 

Coat ECW Soldiers RH110 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man's doublet circa 1640 or English Civil War Soldier's Coat. Variations for ECW Buff Coat also given. Included are instructions for optional paning. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements:
3 yds of at least 45" wide or 12 sq ft of buff leather
price: $26.95
 

Coat Frock 1700s RH702 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Frock Coat for the 1680s through early 1700s with dog-ear cuffs. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Yardage Requirements: 5 yds 60" or 6¼ yds 45" wide
price: $26.95
 

Coat Frock 1720s RH703 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Frock Coat for the 1710s through early 1730s with dog-ear cuffs, wide skirts and curved front. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements:
5 yds 60" or 6¼ yds 45" wide.
price: $26.95
 

Coat Frock 1740s RH801 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Frock Coat for the 1730s and 40s with dog-ear cuffs, wide skirts, and curved front. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 3 yds of at least 45" wide.
price: $29.95
 

Coat Frock 1750-1760s RH802 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Frock Coat for the 1750s and 60s with dog-ear cuffs, narrowing skirts, and curved front. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Yardage Requirements: 3 yds at least 60" wide.
price: $26.95
 

Coat Frock 1770-1780s RH803 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Frock Coat for the 1770s and 80s with narrow cuffs and skirts, and curved front. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Yardage Requirements:
3 yds at least 60" wide, according to the manufacturer.
price: $26.95
 

Coat Frock JPR Pattern
Gentleman's coat with collar, which can be made in either a fancy or sporting style. Appropriate for all but the most formal occasions, 1770 - 1780. In sizes 40 through 48, with adjustment instructions for long and short sizes. One size per pattern. Fully illustrated instructions. Requires approx 4 yds lining and 4 yds outer fabric (60" wide). Order by chest size 40, 42, 44, 46, 48.
price: $18.00
 

Coat Frock MF19 Pattern SALE 25% Off
By Mill Farm. Description: Day coat or dress coat circa 1770-1785. Collar and pocket style variations. Only available in size 40/42. Regular price $15.00
price: $11.25
 

Coat Frock RH804 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Frock Coat for the 1790s through 1810s with narrow cuffs and skirts, cut-away front, and fold-over collar. Single- and double-breasted versions both included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Manufacturer's suggested yardage requirements: 3 yds of at least 45" wide.
price: $26.95
 

Coat Justacorps or Sleeved Waistcoat 1680s RH701 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Justacorps or Waistcoat for the 1670s and 80s with plain or dog-ear cuffs. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 3 yds of at least 45" wide.
price: $26.95
 

Coat Rev War Regimental SF201 Pattern
By Smoke and Fire. Description: Good basic pattern for Rev. War interpretation. Documented with good directions. Requires approx 4 yds lining and 4 yds outer fabric (60" wide). Pattern includes chest sizes 36 to 50.
price: $15.00
 

Coate' Frock 1790's TG Pattern
1790-1820 Double-breasted coate' is short-waisted to show the waistcoat underneath. Cut-away tails are pleated and vented in back. Contrasting fabric is optional for collar and lapels, cuffs, and packet flaps. The frock coate' is worn with drop-front breeches (or trousers after 1805). Each pattern contains sizes 40 through 44.
price: $10.00
 

Collars & Cuffs RH103 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for men's falling band, men's and women's gollila, women's collar extensions, kerchief and whisk and matching cuffs. We've taken the math out of clocked collars! All pattern pieces are complete and so easy, even a beginner can make beautiful collars and cuffs the first time. Fits necks 12" - 17½" with adjustment directions for smaller and larger necks. All neck sizes available in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements:
1 yd for each item.
price: $21.95
 

Colonial Knitting SF401 Pattern
Description: Patterns for stockings, mittens, shooter's mittens, gloves and fingerless gloves, Voyageur caps and Liberty caps (3 variations).
price: $8.00
 

Doublet 1620s RH108 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man's doublet circa 1610s-20s. Included are instructions for optional paning. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements:
3 yds of at least 45" wide
price: $26.95
 

Doublet 1630s RH105 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man's doublet circa 1630. Included are instructions for optional paning. Upper class and lower class instructions included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 3 yds of at least 45" wide
price: $26.95
 

Doublet Common Man's and Breeches RH207 Pattern
Buy our full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for common man's doublet and breeches in the 16th century. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Yardage Requirements: 3 yds at least 45" wide
price: $32.95
 

Doublet Elizabethan Sea Dogs RH210 Pattern
Get Everything the Elizabethan Sailor needs in this one pattern!
Buy our full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for seaman's doublet, jerkin, frock and breeches in the 16th century. Instructions for thrum caps. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer's Suggested Yardage Requirements: 3 yds at least 45" wide
price: $32.95
 

Furniture SF501 Pattern
Camp Furniture. Plans for 18th century foot stool, child's Pennsylvania Dutch stool, and 6-board blanket chest.
price: $5.00
 

Furniture Trestle Table SF502 Plan
Trestle table, 2 benches and pegs all fold up into easy carrying handled case. Measured drawings, material list, and complete instructions included.
price: $5.00
 

Gaiters Military and Wool Leggings TG Pattern
Three styles included: military, wool leggins and half gaiters. Appropriate for French & Indian and Rev. War (1755-1780), military units and militia groups, and early 19th century. Each pattern contains sizes S through XL.
price: $15.00
 

Gaiters or Spatterdashes KK4801 Pattern
Man's Gaiters or Spatterdashes for Infantry, Militia and Civilians. Includes full scale patterns and directions for seven styles of gaiters, plus three tongue (piece over the toe of the shoe) variations. This gives a total of twenty-one variations in one pattern. This is a great pattern for styles from the era, and can be easily adapted for other eras from Revolutionary War through "Steampunk". It can also be used to make gaiters for band uniforms and even hiking. These should be made in Canvas and "Blacked" for military use, or according to regulations. They can be made of sturdy linen for civilians. The height is for mid-calf. Seven different styles.
price: $16.00
 

Gillie Brogues (Scottish Shoes) SF302 Pattern
Patterns for you to sew 17th-18th century Scottish Gillies in deer, elk, or cow hide. All adult sizes 7-11 included. Good directions.
price: $6.00
 

Great Coat Early 18th C RH710 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's early 18th century Great Coat. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 6 yds 45" wide.
price: $31.95
 

Great Coat MF4 Pattern
By Mill Farm. Description: Double breasted outerwear with choice of collars and shoulder cape options. Only available in one size. Fits up to chest size 44.
price: $18.00
 

Great Coat or Brandenburg RH712 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Brandenburg or 1670s-1710s Great Coat inspired by Eastern styles. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 5 yds of at least 45" wide
price: $26.95
 

Great Coat RH818 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for Regency era men's Great Coat with multiple shoulder capes. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer's suggested yardage: 5 yds of at least 54" wide.
price: $31.95
 

Hats and Caps Men's SF204 Patterns
By Smoke and Fire. Instructions for Scot's bonnet. Directions for trimming tri-corns and making cockades.
price: $6.00
 

Jacket Common Man's or Sailor's RH705 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for common man's jacket circa 1680s-1740s based on extant examples and the Admiralty Slop Contract specifications for 1690-1740. Appropriate for Sailors and Lower Class Men of all descriptions Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 3 yds of at least 45" wide
price: $26.95
 

Jacket Double Breasted Short 1770-1800 KK4551 Pattern
1770-1800. A full size pattern of a general purpose working man's jacket. Based on contemporary illustrations as well as an in-depth study of original garments, this jacket features a full lining, welted pocket, a neck edging detail, as well as three sleeve variations. Worn by farmers, laborers, apprentices, seafarers, sportsmen and others (probably even pirates), this jacket is sure to find a place in your wardrobe! Suggestions included for altering to fit the "mature" male figure.
Includes sizes 38-40-42-44-46-48-50
price: $20.00
 

Jacket Working Man's RH814 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for working men's jackets from the 18th century. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer's suggested yardage requirements: 3 yds of at least 45" wide.
price: $24.95
 

Kilt - Scottish Kilt Instructions SF301
How to pleat and wear a great kilt and how to sew a filbeg (wee kilt).
price: $6.00
 

Longhunter's Accessory MRB046 Pattern
The Eastern Longhunter dressed simply. Yet he had accessories that were necessary, not only for comfort, but survival. Eight of these easy-to-make items are included in this new set of patterns. These include: Flint & Gun Tool Wallet, Tomahawk Belt Carriage, Rawhide Tobacco or Bullet Canteen, Eastern Indian Pipe Bag, Tomahawk Sheath with Sling Carriage, Woodlands Indian Knife Sheath, Canadian Cap and Eastern Rifleman's Bag.
price: $9.99
 

Military Overalls SF203 Pattern
By Smoke and Fire. Revolutionary War overalls. Instructions included for proper fit. Broadfall front. Contains sizes 30-48.

price: $14.00
 

Rifleman’s Hunting Frock MRB005 Pattern
By Missouri River. All sizes included in one pattern. Revised pattern includes larger sizes! This was standard wear for Eastern woodsmen from the French & Indian War until well after the Revolution. Includes several options for cuffs, cape and fringe treatment.
price: $9.99
 

Shirt 18th C KK4101 Pattern
1750-1800 English Style. A full size shirt pattern, based on original eighteenth century English cutting instructions, with construction techniques from various original shirts. Includes directions for optional variations of bosom and sleeve ruffles. The perfect pattern for an 18th century pirate shirt!
Includes sizes XS-S-M-L-XL-2X-3X.
price: $14.00
 

Shirt 19th C Early KK4102 Pattern
1790's through first quarter of the 19th century, English style. Based on original 1808 cutting instructions, & construction techniques from various original shirts. Directions for bosom ruffles included. Includes sizes XS-XXXL.
price: $14.00
 

Shirt Eastern Hunting MRB025 Pattern
Make either of two common shirts for the pre-1800 Eastern hunter, commoner, or militiaman. Both were long and loose and worn over one or more under shirts. The pull-over sytle is from the F&I period. By the Revolution the open front version was popular. Note: Because there are over shirts, each size is approximately 2 sizes larger than a regular shirt. Sizes M, L, XL, and XXL included.
price: $9.99
 

Shirt Five Styles 1700-1820 TG Pattern
Five basic shirt styles in one pattern! All have a dropped shoulder line with full sleeves, underarm gussets, and buttoned cuffs. Four styles, with front openings to mid-chest, offer three collar choices, plain or pleated front panels, and ruffles. The fifth style (Rifle shirt) is a wrap around with fringe down the front opening. Each pattern contains sizes M through XL.
price: $10.00
 

Shirt JPR Pattern
By JP Ryan. Man's pullover shirt with shoulder reinforcement panels, neck and underarm gussets, to be made plain for the common man or fancy with chest and wrist ruffles for the gentleman.
Three sizes included in one package, XS-S-M, or M-L-XL.
price: $15.00
 

Shirts & Shifts 1600s RH104 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for men's and women's shirts. Variations include three different sleeves and two collar options. Wider, noble shirt options also included. Multisized to fit chests 32"-60". Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements:
Medium shirt " 2¼ yards ~57" wide
Large shirt " 2¼ yards ~57" wide
Small shift " 3¼ yards ~57" wide
Large shift " 3½ yards ~57" wide
price: $23.95
 

Slops Outer Breeches KK4304 Pattern
By Kannik's Korner. Description: 1750-1820 A protective garment used by sailors, fishermen, farmers and field workers. Made with a center front opening and side slits so you can reach the breeches pockets. Includes optional watch pocket or pocket flap. Pattern contains waist sizes 32 to 52.
price: $18.00
 

Trousers Man's KK4303 Pattern
c. 1790-1810 Fall front straight trousers pattern for common working men and some fashionable men. Designed for the waistband to be worn just above natural waist (i.e. above hip bones). It includes directions for making closer fitted legs, and fitting information for "mature figures" with bellies! Three variations of fall binders included: pointed (shown), rounded or square (not shown). Optional watch pocket in waistband. Vents at ankles. Includes pattern and directions for making "Braces" (suspenders), which help to keep the trousers at the higher fashionable waistline! Waist sizes 28-42 or 42-52.
price: $18.00
 

Trowsers Regency RH813 Pattern
This is our full-size paper pattern with complete instructions and historical notes for men's trowsers circa 1800 based on extant examples and period talior's manuals. Fits waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.
Yardage Requirements:
outer material & interlining: 3 yds at least 60" wide
lining: 3 yds at least 60" wide
price: $23.95
 

Waistcoat 1700s-1730s RH704 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for men's waistcoats circa 1700s-1730s. Sleeved and sleeveless version included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Yardage Requirements: 3 yds at least 45" wide
price: $26.95
 

Waistcoat 1740s-1760s RH807 Pattern
Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for men's waistcoats circa 1740s-1760s. Sleeved and sleeveless version included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer states the Yardage Requirements as:
3 yds at least 45" wide.
price: $24.95
 

Waistcoat 1770s RH808 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Waistcoats for the 1770s. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer suggested yardage requirements: 2 yds at least 45" wide (1 yard if making plain linen back).
price: $21.95
 

Waistcoat 1780-90's RH809 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Waistcoats for the 1780s and 1790s with and without collar. Single- and double-breasted versions both included. Yardage Requirements: 2 yds at least 45" wide(1 yard each if making plain linen back). Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.
price: $21.95
 

Waistcoat 1800-1820's RH810 Pattern
Full size paper patterns for Men's Waistcoats for 1800 through 1820s. Single- and double-breasted versions both included. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Manufacturer's suggested yardage requirements: 2 yds at least 45" wide
(1 yard each if making plain linen back).
price: $21.95
 

Waistcoat and Shirt MF6 Pattern SALE 25% Off
By Mill Farm. Description: Typical waistcoat for the 2nd half of the 18th century. Includes cutting diagram for shirt with or without ruffles. Order by chest size 34/36 or 38/40. Regular price $10.00.
price: $7.50
 

Waistcoat JPR Pattern
By JP Ryan. A mid-18th century waistcoat to be made in long or short versions, with or without sleeves, with three different center front lines, depending on period and personal preference. Suitable for 1750's - 1770's. One size per pattern, 40-48. Order by chest size 40, 42, 44, 46, or 48.
price: $18.00
 

Waistcoat KK4202 Pattern
1790-1815 Worn by Both Common Working Men and Fashionable Men. Includes full scale patterns and directions for five views and either a single or double layer back. Includes Chest Sizes 34 through 52. Special notice: This pattern is currently available as an inkjet print on wide translucent bond paper. Do not use a steam iron on the bond paper, as it may cause the ink to bleed or transfer.


price: $20.00
 

Waistcoat Rev War SF202 Pattern
By Smoke and Fire. Description: Basic patern used with the Regimental Coat. Includes sleeved version. Good directions and guidance on trims and fabrics. Pattern includes chest sizes 36 to 50.
price: $12.00
 

Waistcoat TG Pattern
The waistcoat features a rounded neckline and it buttons to just below the waist. The front pockets have decorative three-point flaps over the welted openings. The waistcoat's back panels are 4" shorter then the front panels and are vented center back for ease of movement. This pattern complements our drop-front breeches. Sizes 38-50 included in one package.
price: $10.00
 

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