RH402 — Kontusz

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17th century Men’s Polish Coat sewing pattern



Get the Polish Kontusz pattern by acclaimed researcher Kass McGann!

Buy our full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man’s Kontusz, a Polish man’s coat worn over the Zupan starting in the mid-17th century. Variations included for turn-back or dog-ear cuffs and soft collar, high-back low-front collar or narrow band collar. Directions for wearing sleeves wyloty style (as shown on front cover) also included. Fits chests 34″-54″. All Sizes in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.

Suggested Fabrics:
coat weight wool, silk or brocade
linen or medium weight silk for lining
linen or canvas for interlining (optional)
may also be entirely or partially lined with fur

Yardage Requirements:
5 yds at least 60″ wide

buckram (optional for collar)
5-12 – frogs or buttons and loops for closure
2×2 – 5/8″ buttons and loops for arm closure
braid to taste

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Additional information

Weight 245 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable

1 review for RH402 — Kontusz

  1. Bram van Diemen

    Thank you so much for another great pattern. I used them to make the Zupan and Kontusz. (photos in the gallery)

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