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This is for 2 patterns. Both are Smoke and Fire Patterns, designed by Michael Morell, copyrighted 1995.
The first one is for a Revolutionary War regimental Coat. Pattern # SF201. It is for sizes 36 to 50. This military coat from the 18th century, was worn in all armies of Europe and in most of the Continental Army during the American Revolution. The pattern varied from army to army in the cuffs, lapels, length and fullness of the skirt, the collar and cape if there was a cape.
This pattern is based on the coat worn bu Colonel Tench Tilgman of Maryland who was on General Washington’s staff. It has a few minor differences in details but conforms almost exactly to the specifications for the Continental Army.
The second pattern is for a Revolutionary War Vest, also know as a waistcoat, in an sleeved or unsleeved version. Pattern # SF202. It is for sizes 36 - 50.
These were basically the same for all armies with the main difference in fabric. Most Continental Army regiments wore white linen or wool. Although some were red and some had regimental lace on button holes and pocket flaps.
Both these patterns have been cut (to the largest size, so it is still usable for all sizes) and used. It was a very easy and fun pattern to work with.
These patterns do show some wear but are in very good shape.
These are heavy weight paper patterns.
I usually send within 24 hours.

Patterns for Revolutionary War Coat and Vest with or without Sleeves by Smoke and Fire Patterns


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