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.
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This design is taken from an original pattern given in an 1869 La Mode Illustre. It was stated
as for girls ages 2-4 years old. It has the front of the dress in princess lines, with the back and sides having an
attached skirt. The waist line is slightly above the natural waist. The skirt is very full in the center back, fitting
smoothly on the sides. It has a square neckline, and a center back button closure. The sleeve is a full length 2-piece
sleeve. The dress back has a belt that can be adjusted with a button to make the garment fit more closely if desired.
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Rocking Horse Farm RH908: Child's Romper.
This pattern is taken from an original printed in 1908, and includes the original instructions.
Sizes 1-2, approximately 20" chest and 32" height to 21" chest and 35" height.
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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.
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The Pattern features square cut shoulders, gussets under the arms and tucks for fullness that were characteristic of shirts worn in the first 200 years of our country's history.
This basic American Shirt has a ruffled cuff and besides the plain collar has three necktie options which may be worn with the basic shirt. An ascot tie, ruffled stock and ruffled insert can make this Shirt Pattern cover several time periods and locales.
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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.
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Lightweight calicos are very popular for everyday use, red or blue trade cloth is beautiful for "best dress" and you may add ribbons to the basic pattern in order to create the now classic "Ribbon Dress" seen at powwows and many rendezvous.
Variations included with the pattern are neck style, sleeve options and length. Also, complete instructions are given for lining the dress.
You'll love this easy pattern and any girl will wear the finished dress with pride!
Eagle's View PM82: Child's Moccasin Pattern
Two-piece moccasins were basic to the American Indians, and each tribe had variations in the shape of the tongue or sole, fringe, and in decoration. The most common adornment was done with seed beads (as seen in the picture) or quills.
The pattern runs from a chidlren's size 4 to an adult size 6.
As with all of Eagle's View patterns, Ms. Pittman has made sure that everything is explained and easy to follow. A great pattern for those interested in the Frontier.
This is the companion pattern for the Sense and Sensibility Women's 1914 Afternoon Dress.
Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 & 10 all included in one envelope.
Options for short, puffed sleeves and cap sleeves (short or long) included.
Pattern includes instructions for lace insertion, and appendix includes traceable embroidery designs.
You can also use the pattern to create a simple shift-style underdress. All instructions included!
Appendix shows earlier designs for girls, so you can see how easy it is to make this pattern work for the early to mid-Edwardian Era.
This pattern is rated "intermediate" because of the heirloom techniques included (French seams; lace insertion). However, making a simple day dress is not beyond the skill of a beginner!
For sizing on this pattern, please click HERE
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