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Five Frontier Shirts Sewing Pattern Folkwear 212 from 1981
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From the pattern envelope, "Here are five shirts worn then and now by cowboys and other western characters, with modern versions also sized for women. Views A, B, and C are traditional 19th century loose-fitting shirts, in men's sizes 36 to 46. All views have a pointed collar, shaped back yoke, long sleeves with shaped cuffs, and a shirt-tail hem. View A is simple to sew, with a slashed front opening that laces up. View B adds a removeable button-front bib, designed for protection from steers' horns (or the cold!). View C was worn by firefighters, with a bib shaped in their traditional emblem. Contemporary western shirts such as Views D and E (sized for men and women) are narrower, featuring decorative yokes. Both finish with "smile" pockets and piping trim. View D has a designer's original bull's head yoke and decorative sleeve placket. View E has a simple curved yoke."
The pattern includes 5 shirt styles for men; 2 for women; sewing instructions; cowboy lore. It fits men chest sizes 36" to 46" and neck sizes 14 1/2" to 17"; and women bust sizes 31 1/2" to 38" and waist sizes 24" to 30".
The pattern has never been used and is complete. It comes with instructions. The envelope is in poor condition with a tear across the front.
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