Men's 1700s-1800s Eastern Longhunter Hunting Shirt M-XXL Missouri River Sewing Pattern


Missouri River sewing pattern number 4799-500-025
Eastern Hunting Shirt
Pattern includes sizes Medium, Large, X-Large and XX-Large.
Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions.

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

Shirts of this style known today as the Eastern Longhunter Hunting Shirt were used well throughout the 1700s and into the early 1800s. Most men wore them over the one or more regular shirts that they wished to keep clean, and so these Hunting Shirts are quite roomy.

Please Note: Because these are over-shirts, each size is approximately 2 sizes larger than a regular shirt.

The pullover style, sometimes referred to as a wagoner's frock, is from the French and Indian Wars period in the 1750s-60s, while the Open Front style had gained popularity by the Revolutionary War of the 1770s.

These both were worn by working class people, including farmers, hunters, and militiamen. The material was not heavy, often either linen or a linen blend, and the garment may have been left plain or dyed with native dyes, such as walnut hulls.

The pattern is printed on paper for more durability and ease of use.

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