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14th through 16th Century Peasant Man Pattern
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Product ID: RC004
14th through 16th Century Peasant Man Pattern
RC004 - 14th through 16th Century Peasant Man Pattern. Fits chests 34"-54". All Sizes in one envelope. Do you shun the nobility? Want to live a simpler life? Are you buying the lie that common people wore the same thing as the nobles but in lesser fabrics? Based on Reconstructing History's research, peasants (that is, common farmers and shepherds) were wearing almost the same clothing from the 14th through 16th centuries. From manuscript illuminations, books of hours, and the sketchbooks of famous painters like Holbein and Dürer comes evidence that peasants wore the same style of functional, easy-wearing clothing for the better part of three centuries. This is a pattern for Western European Peasant Men. It includes patterns for the tunic, leggings, hood or coif, drawers, and shirt shown in these illustrations and based on extant archeological examples. Great for Renaissance, Dark Ages, Tudor, Middle Ages, Medieval impressions. Suggested Fabrics: wool for tunic, hood and leggings linen for shirt, coif and drawers Yardage Requirements: tunic -- 3 yds at least 60" wide shirt -- 2 yds at least 60" wide drawers -- 2 yds at least 60" wide leggings -- 2 yds at least 60" wide hood -- 1 yd at least 60" wide coif -- 1 yd at least 60" wide
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