Make Yourself a Winter Coat
Summer has ended. Although the temps are still high, do you find yourself wondering what you'll wear for a coat this winter. Reconstructing History has a lot of vintage coat patterns that can serve your every whim. Does a classic Chesterfield suit your fancy? We have a pattern for that of course. Or are you looking for a more 1930s look? RH has your pattern: http://reconstructinghistory.com/product/rh1321-1930s-coat/. But why limit yourself? If you're making the coat for yourself, you can make any kind of coat you want. What about a fabulous Victorian frock coat with flowing skirts and a double-breasted closure in front. Make something from any one of our frock coat patterns you can find here. Maybe you have a taste for the flamboyant (or you've watched Pride and Prejudice too many times) and you've always wanted a Coachman's Coat. Come on! You know you love all those capes! Or perhaps you're even more showy than that and want to go full-bore Baroque. The Brandenburg is not only a beautiful coat, it's also really easy to make, even if you've never sewn anything before. Read the reviews! I'll tell you what. I have six yards of scarlet melton that is screaming for me to make an RH1013. What do you think? What should I face those cuffs and revers with? How about forest velvet? And remember: if you have any trouble or if you need some advice, you can call us 9am-4pm weekdays at 1-610-810-3142 or email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you. Visit our selection of coat patterns at: http://reconstructinghistory.com/product-category/coat-patterns/. Or search for the word "coat" in our search box.