Missouri River Boatman's Shirt
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Missouri River Boatman's Shirt

Price: $14.95
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Product ID : 2538
Shipping Weight: 0.28 lbs
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This roomy pullover work shirt was worn by hard-working raftsmen and fur traders on the rivers of 1800s America. The casual style is perfect for all types of today's labors, as well as pleasures. This shirt is popular with historical reenactors at Civil War and other historic events. Instructions for cross-stitch monogram and needle-lace godet for front opening are included.

Suggested fabrics for this pattern, Folkwear 204: Light or medium-weight shirting fabrics such as broadcloth, homespun, linen, chambray, or silk. The original shirt was made of handwoven linen.

Misses 6-16; Men's 32-46. For 45" wide fabric you'll need 3 yards. You'll also need three buttons for neckbands and wrists.

Since the 1970s, Folkwear patterns have been used by theatre and dance costumers, historic reenactors, art-to-wear-aficionados, and anyone who enjoys dressing up. Folkwear patterns are based on vintage fashions and traditional ethnic garments for an authentic look. But with a fresh eye and creative touch, these timeless styles can become exciting and trend-setting wearable art today.

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This roomy pullover work shirt was worn by hard-working raftsmen and fur traders on the rivers of 1800s America. The casual style is perfect for all types of today's labors, as well as pleasures. This shirt is popular with historical reenactors at Civil War and other historic events. Instructions for cross-stitch monogram and needle-lace godet for front opening are included.

Suggested fabrics for this pattern, Folkwear 204: Light or medium-weight shirting fabrics such as broadcloth, homespun, linen, chambray, or silk. The original shirt was made of handwoven linen.

Misses 6-16; Men's 32-46. For 45" wide fabric you'll need 3 yards. You'll also need three buttons for neckbands and wrists.

Since the 1970s, Folkwear patterns have been used by theatre and dance costumers, historic reenactors, art-to-wear-aficionados, and anyone who enjoys dressing up. Folkwear patterns are based on vintage fashions and traditional ethnic garments for an authentic look. But with a fresh eye and creative touch, these timeless styles can become exciting and trend-setting wearable art today.