Men's Victorian/Edwardian Patterns 

Prince of Wales Coat, 
c. 1860-1890

The original coat has a full lining of black sateen. The coat features 2 sets of 3 buttons in front and 2 at the side back waist. Two smaller covered buttons are sewn beneath the silk tape to each sleeve. Sleeves are lined. See Shirts page for matching vest and trousers.
Size 36-44+
Skill Level 3
$28 + $5 S&H

Prince of Wales Vest

(Town folk fashion)
Like the coat, the vest features 2 sets of 3 buttons in front. This vest is a partial double-breasted closure with slight "V" button formation and shawl collar. Sizes 36-44+
Skill Level 2
$17 + $4 S&H

Prince of Wales Trousers

(Town folk fashion)
These trousers are a more fitted version of the 19th Century trousers, with a slight flair to accommodate the boots of the civilian gentleman. 
Sizes 36-44+

Skill Level 2
$17 + $5 S&H

Union Suit

Originals were made of cotton knit stockinette, along with 100% cotton flannel. Available in the 1860's, but attained popularity in the 1870's.
Sizes S-M-L

Skill Level 1
$18 + $5 S&H

Two Piece Drawers

Most commonly worn throughout the 19th Century. Made of light weight muslin for summer and domet flannel for winter. Size S-M-L
Skill Level 1
$21 + $5 S&H

19th Century Bib Overalls

Originally known as "overalls with apron," it is constructed out of heavy drill, denim, or other heavy weight material. Popular in late 19th Century in rural laboring areas.
Size S-M-L

Skill Level 1
$17 + $3.50 S&H

Inverness Coat, Single Breasted

Better known as the Sherlock Holmes coat, this coat was worn during the last half of the 19th Century as a civilian overcoat.

Double Breasted
This is a 2-in-1 pattern. Both single- and double-breasted coats can be made from this pattern.

Size S-M-L
Skill Level 2
$26 + $6 S&H

Late 19th Century Rowing Shirt

Researched for 100th anniversary of rowing team.
Sizes S-M-L-XL

Skill Level 1
$16 + $3.50 S&H  

19th Century Peg Trousers

Great for making CSA trousers and civilian garments.
Sizes 30-40

Skill Level 2
$18 + $5 S&H

Dragoon's Summer Uniform, c. 1865-85

Mostly seen in western battles. Size 36-44+
Skill Level 2
$26 + $5 S&H  

Pattern Skill Levels

Level 1

Easy for period patterns construction. Basic sewing knowledge needed.
Level 2 Moderate detail, for experienced seamstresses.
Level 3 More detail, expert seamstress/tailoring skills needed. For Level 2's who want to graduate to a new level.
Level 3+ Expert seamstress' & tailors: use all skills!

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