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RH812 — 1770s-1790s Fall-Front Breeches

4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$9.95$14.95

Colonial Men’s Breeches sewing pattern

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Description

Get our pattern and make yourself some Fall-Front breeches.

Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for fall-front breeches circa 1770s-1790s based on extant examples. Fits waists 28″-50″. All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included.

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

Yardage Requirements:
outer material & interlining: 2 yds at least 60″ wide
lining: 2 yds at least 60″ wide

Notions:
thread
3 – 7/8″ buttons for waistband
4 – 5/8″ buttons for fall closure
10 – 5/8″ buttons for leg closure
buttonhole floss

Let us help you! At Reconstructing History, we want to see you wearing the best garments you are capable of making. Email us at info@reconstructinghistory.com and we will answer any questions you might have.

Additional information

Weight 0.63 lbs
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable

2 reviews for RH812 — 1770s-1790s Fall-Front Breeches

  1. 4 out of 5

    One of the most quick and easy breeches patterns I have ever used. Simple and very straight forward and crazy fast to put together, while still looking excellent upon completion! I have made breeches and trousers for my husband, father and father-in-law from three different patterns and this is the first that didn’t have to have an insane amount of alterations to fit correctly. Highly, highly recommended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Let me start by saying making historically accurate breeches are a lot of work, this pattern went together well, the pattern has side seam pockets, alto historically accurate, we desired button back pockets, so we had to do a little re-engineering of the pattern. we recommended making a pair of mock up breeches and then use the pieces to create a pattern specifically for you. All in all a very good basic breeches pattern that we were able to create a historically accurate pair of breeches from….. below is a link to our breeches album.

    https://www.facebook.com/steve.bradney/media_set?set=a.10206488937601576.1073741834.1213954647&type=3

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