Missouri River Capote Hooded Blanket Coat Sewing Pattern - Traditional Buckskinners & Indian Style

$10.99

Missouri River Sewing Pattern number 4799-500-003
The Capote
Pattern includes sizes 36-42 and 44-52
Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions.

~ Item for sale is a sewing pattern, not a finished garment ~

Traditional style capote worn by most western tribes and Mountain men. Can be made from blankets for authenticity or heavy wool. Includes several options for fringe treatment, decorations, etc., and is easy to make.

Called "Capote" after the French word for "Hood", blanket coats like this originated in Central Canada and were probably made as early as 1675. This popular style coat was standard issue during the French & Indian War and the American Revolution and many times were made by the soldiers from issue blankets. By the mid-l9th century, the popularity of the Capote had spread westward with the fur trade and it was commonly seen in use by the Indians of the Northern Plains, Rocky Mountains and Columbian Plateau.

Capotes varied greatly in cut, style and decoration, with the American Indian versions being decorated with beadwork, sequins, hawk bells, binding of a contrasting color, etc. Some Capotes even contained a cotton lining of calico or similar print fabric; however, most examples were hardly decorated other than having fringe at the shoulders and hood.

This practical coat is as popular with today's Buckskinners & Indian Enthusiasts as it was in previous times. No doubt this is due to the great versatility of the garment as well as its colorful style. Capotes can be worn over several layers of clothing in extreme cold weather and can double as an extra blanket if needed. Sizes 36-52.

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