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1610's De Gheyn Musketeer or Pikeman - Doublet, Jerkin, Cassock and Breeches Pattern
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1610's De Gheyn Musketeer or Pikeman - Doublet, Jerkin, Cassock and Breeches Pattern
RC111 - 1610's De Gheyn Musketeer or Pikeman - Doublet, Jerkin, Cassock and Breeches Pattern. Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Who says infantry can't look fabulous too? This is a pattern with complete instructions and historical notes for musketeer or pikeman's doublet, jerkin, cassock and breeches based on the illustrations in Exercise of Armes by Jacob De Gheyn (various editions from 1597 through 1640). Fits chests 34"-54". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. Suggested Fabrics: wool, linen for lining, heavy linen or canvas for interlining. Great for SCA Costume, Medieval Costume, Renaissance Csotume Yardage Requirements: 3 yards at least 45" wide for doublet 2 yards at least 45" wide for jerkin 2 yards at least 60" wide for cassock 3 yards at least 36" wide for breeches Notions: thread wool felt or padding for shoulders up to 30-5/8" buttons for front closure buttonhole floss 7-5/8" buttons for arm closure (optional)
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