Make a lovely Frock Coat for Dickens Fair or American Civil War!
The Morning Coat or Cutaway Frock Coat was originally a coat worn on a gentleman’s morning ride. The skirts were cut away in front so as not to get rumpled while astride.
In the 1860s, the Morning Coat was most often double-breasted. It was often trimmed with braid, and was typically worn with patterned trousers much like it is today.
Use our easy-to-follow pattern to make a Men's Morning Coat or Riding Coat for the 1860s with narrow cuffs, wide elbows, attached skirts, side panel, and double-breasted front closure.
Fits chests 34" to 54". 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: wool or heavy silk; linen or lightweight silk for lining; heavy linen, buckram or canvas for interlining
Notions: thread; up to 24 buttons for front, side & pockets; buckram; wool felt or padding for collar; buttonhole floss
Yardage Requirements: Coat 3 yds 60” or 4 yds 45” wide; lining 2 yds 45” wide; interlining 2 yds 45” wide
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