Men's Late 1700's Mountain Man's Work Shirt sizes 36-50 Eagle's View Sewing Pattern # 89


Eagle's View sewing pattern number 89
Mountain Man's Work Shirt
Pattern includes chest sizes Small (36), Medium (38), Large (42), X-Large (46) and XX-Large (50)

Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions. The pattern is printed on paper for more durability.

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

This Mountainman's Work Shirt is designed after typical shirts worn by mountainmen in the late 18th Century. It has a choice of two lengths. The Traditional Length is 36 to 39 inches long. Men typically had few clothes and this shirt frequently substituted as a night shirt. The Standard Length is 4 inches shorter and is about the same as a regular shirt.

Typical of this period the shirt has no shoulder seam. The fabric is folded in half in both directions before cutting. Other details include neck and underarm gussets, a fold down collar, long cuffs to fold up, and shoulder reinforcements, if desired.

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