Gent's Drawers Pattern, mid-late 19th century

Gent's Drawers Pattern, mid-late 19th century
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  • Item #: P-PP006
  • Manufacturer: Past Patterns

The Fabric Requirements are for a man who stands 5'6" tall. Add 2" for every 1" of height above 5'6". In 45 inch wide fabric purchase: 2-3/8 Yds. for sizes 28"-34", 2-3/4 Yds. for sizes 36"-42" and 3-1/8 Yds. for sizes 44"-52".

Fabric Suggestions: The original drawers were made of a medium weight, high thread count, cotton muslin. Other fabrics used were calico [bleached cotton fabric heavier than muslin], linen, natural or white cotton or linen drill, wool flannel, particularly red, white and brown cotton broadcloth, China silk, Canton cotton-a napped cotton twill, worsted wool, merino wool and chamois or leather to mention a few.

Notions: Two four-hole 3/4 inch white China, bone or ceramic buttons, and a 21 inch length of 3/8 inch wide cotton twill tape.

Final Testing: Final instructions and pattern tested and edited by Holly Turner of Holly's Custom Sewing. Phone Ms. Turner at (573) 438-4596.

This pattern is copyrighted and is for personal non-commercial use only. Dressmakers and other commercial users contact Past Patterns.

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