Men's Uniforms & 
Outer Wear Patterns
 

Jackets, Frock Coats, Great Coats, Military and Civilian



560-M
Prince of Wales Coat, 
c. 1860-1890

The original coat has a full lining of black sateen. The coat features 2 sets of 3 buttons in front and 2 at the side back waist. Two smaller covered buttons are sewn beneath the silk tape to each sleeve. Sleeves are lined. See Shirts page for matching vest and trousers.
Size 36-44+
Skill Level 3
$28 + $5 S&H


39-M
Inverness Coat, Single Breasted

Better known as the Sherlock Holmes coat, this coat was worn during the last half of the 19th Century as a civilian overcoat.

Double Breasted
This is a 2-in-1 pattern. Both single- and double-breasted coats can be made from this pattern.

Size S-M-L
Skill Level 2
$26 + $6 S&H


33-M
Calvary Duster

Worn by Union and CSA troops, along with civilian gentlemen. Made of cotton duck, oil cloth or Irish Linen.
Size S-M-L
Skill Level 1
$21 + $5 S&H

17-M
Civilian Single Breasted Frock Coat

Originals ranged from the casual tweed to the formal black wool satinette.
Size 36-44+
Skill Level 3
$25 + $5 S&H

35-M
Double Breasted Civilian Frock Coat

This formal frock coat provided the gentlemen wearer with a wealthier look.
Size 36-44+
Skill Level 3
$27 + $6 S&H

63-M
Zouave Jacket

As worn by the 114th Pennsylvania Infantry (Collis' Zouaves).
See Shirts page 2  for matching vest and trousers!

Size 36-44+

Skill Level 3

$23 + $5 S&H
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Pattern Skill Levels

Level 1

Easy for period patterns construction. Basic sewing knowledge needed.
Level 2 Moderate detail, for experienced seamstresses.
Level 3 More detail, expert seamstress/tailoring skills needed. For Level 2's who want to graduate to a new level.
Level 3+ Expert seamstress' & tailors: use all skills!

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