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RH109: MEN’S 1610S - 1620S BREECHES

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Price: £24.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 47284


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. View more info

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RH104: MEN'S AND WOMEN'S 1600S SHIRTS AND SHIFTS

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Price: £20.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 37943


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Patterns for lower and upper class versions of man's shirt and woman's shift (smock, chemise) with two collar and three sleeve variations. Small shift fits chest up to 40"; Medium shirt/large shift fits up to 48"; Large shirt fits above 48". View more info

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RH103: MEN'S AND WOMEN'S 17TH CENTURY COLLARS & CUFFS

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Price: £20.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 47280


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Patterns for collar extension, falling band, golilla, kerchief, whisk, and matching cuffs. View more info

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RH105: MEN'S DOUBLET 1630S

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Price: £24.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 47281


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. View more info

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RH102: WOMEN'S 1600 - 1660S CAPS

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Price: £15.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 47279


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Patterns for coif with optional forehead cloth; Dutch cap, narrow and wide versions; Hollar cap, rounded and square versions; Diadem cap. View more info

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RH107: MEN'S 1630S CASSOCK AND CAPE

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Price: £20.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 37944


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Patterns for men's cassock (casaque) or mandillion. Can be worn as a sleeved overcoat or a cape. One size fits all. View more info

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RH110: MEN'S 1640'S DOUBLET OR SOLDIER'S COAT

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Price: £28.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 47285


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Patterns for men's upper class doublet for the 1640s and English Civil War era soldier's coat. Variations for ECW Buff Coat. Size: 34'' to 54'' chest; 28'' to 50'' waist; 35'' to 55'' hip. View more info

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RH111: 1610 MUSKETEER OR PIKEMAN FROM DE GHEYN

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Price: £28.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 33687


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Pattern for late 16th / early 17th century musketeer or pikeman's doublet, jerkin, cassock and breeches based on illustrations in the De Gheyn drill manual. Chest size 34'' to 54''. Waist 34'' to 50''. View more info

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RH101: WOMEN'S 1630S BODICE AND PETTICOTE

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Price: £24.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 41972


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Patterns for upper class bodice and petticote (jacket and skirt) with optional stomacher; and common or middle class bodice and petticote appropriate for 1630s-1660s. Sizes: bust 30.5'' to 48''; waist 23'' to 41''; hip 32.5" to 50". View more info

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RH108: MEN’S 1610S - 1620S DOUBLET

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Price: £24.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 47283


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Patterns for men's upper class doublet for the 1620s. Optional slashing, pinking, and paning instructions included. Size: 34'' to 54'' chest; 28'' to 50'' waist; 35'' to 55'' hip. View more info

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RH106: MEN'S BREECHES 1630S

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Price: £20.00

Publisher: Reconstructing History:

Seller ID: 47282


Full sized paper sewing patterns with detailed, illustrated step by step instructions. Also contains historical notes and embellishment suggestions. ; Pattern for breeches of the 1630s. Size: 34'' to 50'' waist; 41'' to 57'' hip. View more info