RC506 - 1560s German Doublet and Pluderhose Pattern. Fits chests 34"-54" and waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for German doublet and Pluderhose popular in the 1560s. Fits chests 34"-54" and waists 28"-50". All sizes included in one envelope. Embellishment suggestions included. This pattern for mid-16th century Germanic doublet and Pluderhose (breeches) based on extant examples and pictorial references including the Sture garments. Suggested Fabrics: velvet or wool linen for lining heavy linen or canvas for interlining light silk or taffeta for poufs Yardage Requirements: Doublet & Panes: 3 yds at least 60" wide Pluderhose Base: 2 yds at least 45" wide Poufs: 3 yds at least 60" wide Notions: thread up to 30-5/8" buttons for front closure or hooks and eyes buttonhole floss 7-5/8" buttons for arm closure (or hooks and eyes) twill tape or seam binding braid and trim to taste German Renaissance, German Doublet, Medieval German Doublet, Medieval doublet.
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