Boy’s band collar shirt pattern from Abraham’s Lady
Boy’s 1860’s Shirt Pattern
Boy’s version of the Men’s military issue shirt from the Civil War era, it can be used to make a wonderful civilian shirt. One piece collar design. From Harriets.com
This pattern is for button fly trousers that were worn for most of the 19th century. There are two options for the back of the trouser: the standard straight “civilian” back and the placket insert style back that is similar to the military pants. There are two styles of waistband available as well. The standard one-piece style and the two-piece style with the eyelets in the back, which allows for growth in the trousers at the waist.
Available in two size groups
The pattern is available from Timeless Stitches.
by Period Impressions
These boy’s buttonfly pants can be made long for the older boy or in knicker length for the younger boy. Boys sizes 4/5/6, 7/8/10, 12/14
The pattern is available at longago.com
McCall’s vest pattern M6229
Boys SIZE X-Large 12-14
45*** 11/4 Yds.
60*** 7/8 Yd.
45 3/4 Yd.
Interfacing − 21inch thru 25inch, 3/4 yd.
FINISHED GARMENT MEASUREMENTS
Measurement at breast/chestline
Vest A thru H 371/2 inches
Back length from normal neckline
Vest A thru H 18 inches
Fabric widths given in inches.