Make the perfect man's gown for the Early Tudor period!
This is the time of Henry VII (Henry Tudor), Ferdinand II of Aragon, and Maximilian I of Habsburg - from 1500 through the 1520s. This pattern includes options for commoner's and noblemen's gowns, for wear over man's doublet and hosen (see RH610). Pattern also includes sleeveless or sleeved jerkin and front or side opening.
Fits chests 34" to 54" and waists 28"to 50". All sizes in one envelope.
Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.
Suggested Fabrics: Velvet, silk brocade, heavy silk or fine wool; (optional) Lining: 3-5oz linen or light (8mm) silk; (optional) Interlining: heavy linen or buckram; (optional) Gown lining: fur
Notions: thread, (optional) buckram or heavy linen interlining, (optional) boning or reed for sleeves, (optional) decorative jewels
Yardage Requirements, Jerkin & Gown: Outer fabric (napped) 6 yds 60” wide; Outer fabric (w/o nap) 4½ yds 60” wide; (optional) Full Lining 4½ yds 60” wide; (optional) Partial Lining 2 yds 60” wide; (optional) Body Interlining 1 yd 36” wide
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