WWII German Feldbluse, c. 1944
May be used to make officer or
enlisted version. Pattern features shoulder boards, front pockets with
flaps, and wide waistband. This field service tunic was a new form of
uniform jacket; the Germans adopted this radical new look that was
similar to the British Army Battledress Blouse and the tailored "Ike"
jackets worn by American troops.
Sizes 36-44 Skill Level 3
$23 + $7 S&H
WWII German Tunic
May be used to make enlisted or
officer version. Combination pattern features shoulder boards and upper
and lower front pockets with flaps. Harriet's original 1983 pattern has
been revised and updated in 2001. Sizes
$28 + $7 S&H
66-M SS Field Service 1937-1944 &
‘Keilhose’ Three styles of German trousers included in one
Sizes 34-44 (adjustable) Skill Level 3
$30 + $7 S&H
Waist 36” - 38"
Individual Patterns May Vary
WW II German Tunic/Shirt c. 1943-45 (Small/Medium/Large
Make your own reproduction shirt from woven cloth or knit.
Skill level (1)
for simple version- made without all the detail;
Skill level (2)
if made according to original specifications.
There is a lot of detail/top stitching on this one.
Makes a great project for the World War II enthusiast.
$20 + $7 S&H
Easy for period patterns
construction. Basic sewing knowledge needed.
Moderate detail, for
More detail, expert
seamstress/tailoring skills needed. For Level 2's who want to graduate
to a new level.