Bob models the shirt and drawers he made using RH815 - 18th Century Mens Shirts & Drawers sewing pattern
Bob models the shirt and drawers he made using RH815 - 18th Century Mens Shirts & Drawers sewing pattern
Front cover for RH815 - Men's Shirts & Drawers sewing pattern, which makes underwear for the American War of Independence, Georgian, and Regency periods.
Back cover for RH815 - Men's Shirts & Drawers sewing pattern, which makes underwear for the American War of Independence, Georgian, and Regency periods
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RH815 — 18thc Men's Shirts & Drawers sewing pattern

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Make yourself some linens!

No matter what you have on the outside, you need linens on the inside. Simple and easy to make, these 18th century undergarments are a great place to start on your historical clothing journey! At the end of the project, you'll have great body linens to protect your outerwear, as well as a shirt and drawers you can be proud of.

Fits chests 32" to 60". 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: 3 oz - 5 oz linen, white, natural or half-bleached

Notions: thread; bobbin lace, needle lace, or cutwork trim, silk embroidery floss (optional)

Yardage Requirements:
Medium shirt - 2¼ yards ~57" wide
Large shirt - 2¼ yards ~57" wide
Drawers - 3 yards ~57" wide

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