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PA006 - 1860s-1900s Men's Drawers Pattern. Multi-sized waist 28-52".
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. The long drawers are typical of those worn during the 1860s through the turn of the century. Wild West, Western Expansion, Fur Trade Era, Indian Wars Era, American Civil War Era, Victorian Era Drawers.