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RH713 — 1680s-1725 Accessories sewing pattern

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Accessorize like a Pirate!

Our easy-to-use pattern lets you make all the accessories you need for 1670-1725 (the Golden Age of Piracy) for both men and women. Includes men's shirts, women's shifts, plain and ruffled petticotes, plain and fancy aprons, men's and women's caps and headdresses, hairstyle instructions for women, and a variety of period-appropriate neckwear for both sexes. 

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 and Yardage Requirements:
Kerchief 1 yd 3-5oz white or coloured linen
Cravat/Steinkirk 1 yd 3-5oz white linen
Shirt or shift 3 yds 3-5oz linen
Plain Apron 2 yds 3-5oz linen
Fancy Apron 1 yd silk or fine linen
1 yd linen for lining
Pocket ½ yds 3-5oz linen
Petticote 3 yds medium weight linen or wool
Coif ½ yds 3-5oz linen
Fontage 1 yd fine linen, silk or lace
Chaperone (hood) 2 yds black or white wool or silk

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