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pm60.jpg (19k) Eagle's View PM60: Indian War Shirt Pattern

This pattern may be made in either the natural "open" style with the legs and tail of the hide attached as in the picture or in a more fitted style. The length may be varied to suit preference, tribal influence or the size of available hides.

The Indian War shirt was worn either plain or decorated; honors and coups were often seen on the shirt. Paint, feathers, ermine tails, scalp locks, beadwork, quillwork, dew claws, shells, bells, coins, fur trim and/or trade cloth are some of the many items used to decorate the War Shirt.

Sources for ideas on decorations and variations are listed within the pattern.

Included is a section on "Working With Leather" and a glossary of all terms that are used. Intermediate sizes are easily made.

The pattern runs from a 36 inch chest (small) through a 50 inch chest (XX-large).

Price: $10.00 SALE! $8.00 While supply lasts.


smpm65.gif (19k) Eagle's View PM65 Boy's Indian War Shirt. This pattern may be made in either the Natural "open" Style with the legs and tail of the hide attached (pictured on the front cover) or a more tailored Style shown in the line drawing on the back of the pattern. The length may be varied to suit preference, Tribal influence or the size of available hides and an option for a neck flap is also given.

The Indian War Shirt was worn either plain or decorated; honors and coups were often seen on the shirt. Paint, feathers, ermine tails, beadwork, quillwork, shells, bells, coins, fur and/or trade cloth are some of the items used to decorate the shirt.

Included with this pattern is a section on "Working with Leather," a glossary of terms and intermediate sizes are easily made.

The pattern includes boys sizes 4 through 14. $10.00 SALE! $8.00 While supply lasts.

Leather Pants Eagle's View PM71: Leggings and Breechclout Pattern

Indians and Mountain Men wore leggings and breechclout for protection against the elements and were first made of leather and later of cloth or blankets. They were often decorated in distinctive tribal designs and styles.

Included in this pattern are options for a tapered leather legging with fringe options, a full cloth legging with tied side seams, and full leather leggings along with the breechclout pattern.

Included is a section on "Working With Leather" and a glossary of all terms that are used.

The pattern runs from a 30 inch waist through a 39 inch waist.

Price: $10.00 SALE! $8.00 While supply lasts.


Leather Pants Eagle's View PM72: Boy's Leggings and Breechclout Pattern

Indians and Mountain Men wore leggings and breechclout for protection against the elements and were first made of leather and later of cloth or blankets. They were often decorated in distinctive tribal designs and styles.

Included in this pattern are options for a tapered leather legging with fringe options, a full cloth legging with tied side seams, and full leather leggings along with the breechclout pattern.

Included is a section on "Working With Leather" and a glossary of all terms that are used.

The pattern runs from a boys size 4 through boys size 14.

Price: $10.00 SALE! $8.00 While supply lasts.


smpm73.gif (23k) Eagle's View PM73 Broadfall Drop Front Breeches and Pants. Breeches were worn by both military and civilians in the 1700's and early 1800s. Usually made of broadcloth or linen, they were also worn in leather and were buttoned or buckled just below the knees or tied with a drawstring. In the fur trade the legs were extended but pants kept the drop front, the full gathered seat and the gussets in the back of the waistband.

Variations are given in the pattern for knee closing and leg length and it comes in waist sizes 30 through 42.

The pattern is easy to use and comes complete with a glossary of terms and a section on "Working with Leather" so that almost anyone will be comfortable using this pattern.

Price: $10.00

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smpm77.gif (22k) Eagle's View PM77 Girls Indian Leather Dress. This is our Girls version of PM75 for the Indian Leather Dress and is available for sizes 4 through 12. It is a three hide dress style that was typical of the kind worn by Indian girls of many tribes.

The dress was often highly decorated for special occasions but was worn without adornment for everyday use. We include instructions for a Natural Style which uses the legs, intact edges and side fringe, and a Tailored Style with long sleeve fringe and straight cut edges.

The pattern features all of the extras that make using Eagle's View Patterns so easy and understandable.

$10.00 SALE! $8.00 While supply lasts.