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.