Get the Quintessential Riding Jacket of the Great War Era!
In the 1910s, rding jackets lengthen and a variety of fashionable closures came into style. We present our pattern for this beautiful ladies’ double-breasted riding jacket based on an original pattern from the 1910s. Fits busts 28" through 48", waists 20" through 40", hips 30" through 50" with instructions for conversion to larger sizes.
All sizes are included in one pattern. Detailed instructions, period tailoring directions, embellishment suggestions, and historical notes are also included. Plus you can call our toll-free number with any questions.
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Suggested Fabrics: worsted wool, heavy linen, heavy cotton twill
Notions: thread, buttons for front closure, interlinings optional
Yardage Requirements: 4.5 yards at least 45” wide or 3 yards of 60" wide
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