RH703 — 1720s Frock Coat

(1 customer review)


17th century Men’s Coat sewing pattern



Buy our 1720s Frock Coat pattern and make yourself this lovely Pirate Era coat.

Full size paper patterns for Men’s Frock Coat for the 1710s through early 1730s with dog-ear cuffs, wide skirts and curved front. Fits chests 34″-54″. All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.

Suggested Fabrics:
wool, heavyweight silk
lightweight silk or linen for lining
heavy linen or canvas for interlining

Yardage Requirements:
5 yds 60″ or 6¼ yds 45″ wide

30-75 5/8″ buttons for front and vents
buttonhole floss
felt for shoulder padding (optional)
buckram or stiff linen for interlining (optional)
7-5/8″ buttons for arm closure (optional)
braid and cording to taste (optional)

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Additional information

Weight 310 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable

1 review for RH703 — 1720s Frock Coat

  1. Andrew Taylor

    Better than excellent! I was amazed at how well this pattern and its accompanying instruction, and historical notes translated into a finished properly authentic and serviceable garment! and I’ve never used a pattern before in my life!! only one downside and it wasn’t Reconstructing Historys fault, it was my Georgian vanity! opting for 53 buttons you certainly develop a calous!! Note to self, invest in a thimble! will be back for more, as soon as we decide which era I’m visiting next! thank you so much to the team at RH for your help and encouragement 🙂

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