RH1014 — 1910s-1940s Ladies' Riding Breeches or Jodhpurs sewing pattern
Kass models the jodhpurs she made with our sewing pattern RH1014
Back cover for our sewing pattern RH1014, which helps you make ladies' riding breeches and jodhpurs
Kass models the jodhpurs she made with our sewing pattern RH1014
Kass models the jodhpurs she made with our sewing pattern RH1014 (detail view)
Kass models the jodhpurs she made with our sewing pattern RH1014 (detail of cuffs)
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RH1014 — 1910s-1940s Ladies' Riding Breeches or Jodhpurs sewing pattern

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Make more flattering Riding Breeches!

You need our pattern for ladies’ riding breeches or jodhpurs from the 1910s through the 1940s based on an original pattern and extant garments. 

Fits waists 24" through 46", hips 36" through 58", and calves 13" to 18.5". All sizes are  included in one pattern.

Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.

Suggested Fabrics: worsted wool, heavy linen, heavy cotton twill 
Yardage Requirements: 3 yards at least 45” wide
Notions: thread, buttons for side closures, buttons for leg closure (breeches only) suede patches for inner legs (optional)  

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