RH706 — 1670s-1730s Breeches & Slops

(1 customer review)


17th century Men’s Leg-coverings sewing pattern



Buy this easy pattern and make yourself all the bottoms the Pirate in your life needs.

Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for breeches, trousers, or slops circa 1680s-1730s based on the British Admiralty Slop Contracts. Fits waists 28″-50″. All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.

Suggested Fabrics:
wool, heavyweight silk
lightweight silk or linen for lining
Slops or trousers:
heavyweight linen or canvas

Yardage Requirements:
outer material & interlining: 3 yds at least 60″ wide
lining: 3 yds at least 60″ wide

2 – 5/8″ buttons for waistband
2-5 – 5/8″ buttons for fly closure (optional)
10 – 5/8″ buttons for leg closure (optional)
ties for for leg closure (optional)
buttonhole floss

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Additional information

Weight 0.50 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable

1 review for RH706 — 1670s-1730s Breeches & Slops

  1. Wesley Bevans

    Being my first true sewing project for Historical Re-enactments, I got Kass’s pattern for slops. Very easy to assemble and to put together. I have been given many compliments on how they look. They are now part of my standard kit.

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