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Double Breasted Summer Waistcoast Pattern

Pattern Number: 0019

$21.00

Circa 1845 to 1858

Chest sizes: sizes 34″-44″ (86cm-112cm) and sizes 46″- 54″ (117cm-137cm)

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Double Breasted Summer Waistcoast Pattern

Pattern Number: 0019

$21.00

Circa 1845 to 1858

Chest sizes: sizes 34″-44″ (86cm-112cm) and sizes 46″- 54″ (117cm-137cm)

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Why Choose This Pattern?

Historical Notes About Double Breasted Summer Waistcoast Pattern 0019 by Saundra Ros Altman

Past Patterns' 0019 waistcoat pattern has a documented history. It is copied from a full-sized pattern sheet, printed on both sides, bearing the handwritten words "Fall & Winter 1849." Several waistcoats and overcoats, a tail coat and a frock coat are printed on the sheet. On the reverse side are printed the same items but for boys. The patterns overlap one another, and each has its own line type. The publisher of the pattern is unknown.

The similarities between the 1849 waistcoat pattern and the 1850s and 1860s waistcoat patterns ended in 1858, when the collar and lapels become considerably narrower.

The Historical Notes begin with James McDaniel's advertisements in Dayton, Ohio, in the 1840s, tracing the course of his business as he changed his address and added new products in order to compete successfully during the unrelenting expansion of the ready-made trade. Next is The Ladies' Work-Table Book (1843), followed by merchant tailors' newspaper advertisements from the United States during and 1850s; two sartorial publications, Scott's Report of Fashions and The Elegant; Finally, there is one catalog selling ready-made clothing (1853). Fabrics in the Historical Notes that are marked with an asterisk (*) are defined in a Glossary.

This #019 vest completes an ensemble when worn with a starched SKU 0010 - Square Cut Gentlemens Shirt or SKU 0011 - Fitted Shirt, lightly starched washable summer trowsers SKU 0014 - for waist sizes 28"-42" or SKU 0015 - for waist sizes 44"-52" and the lightly starched SKU 0009 - Summer Paletot. Also consider wearing SKU 0006 - Mens drawers.

The pattern includes a removable chest pad pattern.

Order pattern 0019 in chest sizes: sizes 34"-44" (86cm-112cm) and sizes 46"- 54" (117cm-137cm).

For a man who stands 5'6" tall. Add 2" of yardage for every 1" of height above 5'6".

Fashion Fabric 45" : Sizes 34"-38"-1 Yd., Sizes 40"-44"-1 1/3 Yds., Sizes 46"-54"-1-3/4 Yds.

Lining and Pocketing 45" : Sizes 34"-38"-1-1/4 Yds., Sizes 40"-44"-1-1/3 Yds., Sizes 46"-54"-2 Yds.

Glazed Cotton Back 45" : Sizes 34"-38"-3/4 Yd., Sizes 40"-44"-7/8 Yd., Sizes 48"-54"-1 Yd.

Fabrics for a Morning or Work Vest: Medium Weight Fabrics in Cotton - prints, satin weave (natural and white), seersucker (blue/white, brown/white, black/white), drill or satin weave, and 1/4" to 1" woven checks  (green/white, brown/white, blue/white). Linen - natural and white plain weave, natural or white drill and satin weave, 1/4" to 1" woven checks (green/white, brown/white, blue/white). Fabrics for a Half-Dress Vest: buff cashmere, marseilles, linen, nankeen or brown linen. Fabrics for a Full Dress Vest: white silk, satin, marseilles or fine linen. Fabrics for a Ball Vest: rich white, watered and fancy silk.

NOTIONS: Buttons: Six to eight 3/8", 1/2" or 5/8" four hole Japanned, bone, China, ocean or fresh water pearl and calico for morning and work vests; self covered, semi-precious, fancy glass for half dress, full dress and ball vests. If hand sewing use 35/2 or 50/2 white, brown, natural or blue linen hand sewing thread, bees' wax to wax the thread; tailor's blue chalk for marking; one quart of liquid starch to starch the cotton and linen vests;  one 1" buckle of gold or silver color; 1/2 Yd. cotton quilt batting for removable vest pads.

TAILORS' SUPPLIES: Wm. Booth, Draper, at 12119 Bigelow Ave., Hebron, IL 60034. Phone: (815) 648-9048. http://www.wmboothdraper.com. Brown glazed cotton from Needle and Thread, 2215 Fairfield Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325. Phone: (717) 334-4011. Suppliers for broadcloth and accessories: Wm. Booth, Draper, http://www.wmboothdraper.com ; Roy Najecki, http://www.najecki.com/repro/Contents.html; Needle and Thread, Phone (717) 334.4011.

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FAQ's

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Why are both Trowsers and Trousers listed on site?

Over the last 200 years, much like the human body, our style of language has changed.  For vintage patterns, we attempt to use the language of the day where possible.

Can you grade (edit) a Vintage Revival pattern for my size?

please contact us with the specific pattern number and the specifications you require.  We have staff available for this for an additional fee.

What sizes do Past Patterns patterns come in?

Our patterns, with some exceptions, are manufactured in sizes 8 through 26 for women and sizes 34 through 54 for men. Most patterns are multi-sized. For a complete listing of measurements in inches see the size chart.

Do you have vintage patterns (manufactured prior to 1950) that you want to sell?

we are always on the lookout for original, American designed, vintage patterns especially for categories outside of current items.  We are interested if you have 1 pattern or 1000 patterns.  Give us a call to discuss.

Why is my pattern size different from my off the rack dress size?

We use the U. S. Board of Standard Measurements to size our patterns. The ready made clothing manufacturers have their own set of sizes developed from their own statistics. For a complete listing of measurements in inches see the size chart.

How are the patterns packaged?

We package our patterns in two forms: Bond Paper and Tissue. Except for the Tissue patterns, each is slipped into a reusable plastic sleeve. Many contain documentation in the form of Historical Notes or the printer ie., Butterick. Because the patterns are printed in house to order, they can take from three to seven days. Tissue patterns, which are printed out of house, are available to ship immediately.

What does a Corset Kit contain in addition to the Corset pattern?

In addition to the pattern, the kits contain everything you need to make the corset except the thread. The kits contain, according to their type, fabric and lining, stays, clasp or busk board, back lacing, tape for finishing the edges, trim lace, ribbon, leather, tin stock, waist tape, punch and setter, eyelets, marking pencils, cording, reed and a loop turner.

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we can translate our instructions into just about any language

Have an old and incomplete Past Patterns item. What can I do?

The answer depends on if the pattern is still in production or not.  If it is, please mail us the old pattern and we will ship you a copy of the latest pattern for a minimal fee along with normal shipping charges.  If the item is no longer in production, we would need to know exactly what you have to determine the best course of action to help you.

What is the difference between a Past Patterns original pattern and a Vintage Revival pattern?

The Past Patterns originals were designed in house and based upon the research, disassembly and time of Saundra Ros Altman.  These designs come from finds all over the United States reaching from San Diego, California to the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC.  She created the initial patterns, the sizing charts and the instruction content.  Many of the these patterns are multi-sized or are available in various sizes.  For the most part, these designs are done taking into account the modern human body's shape, height and weight. The Vintage Revival patterns are traces or copies of an old, mass produced pattern; the first mass produced patterns came out in the 1850s.  For the most part, you get exactly what came in the original package; in some cases, Saundra has appended historical notes to the instructions.  The Vintage Revivals patterns, being copies of the originals, generally only come in one size and are based upon the size and shape of the human body from the era the pattern came from.

What software do you use to create patterns?

We utilize PW Studio for our designs.  Isabelle Lott, a contributor over the years to Past Patterns, is the owner of the company and will be happy to answer an software related questions you have.  Her software is available for licensing.

What measurements do I need to know to order a Corset Kit?

The bust and back length. The back length is measured from the prominent bone at the base of the neck to the natural waistline.

Where can I see the appropriate clothing fabrics for the 18th and 19th centuries?

You can see 1740 through 1940 fabrics in a book titled "Textile Designs" by Susan Meller and Joost Elffers. The subtitle states, "Two Hundred Years of European and American Patterns for Printed Fabric by Motif, Style, Color, Layout and Period and 1,823 Illustration in Color." What they don't say is that 90% of the swatches pictured are life size. The ISBN is 0-8109-3853-7. A second book is Wearable Prints, 1740-1860, History, Materials, and Mechanics by Susan W. Greene. The ISBN is 978-1-60635-124-6. Great books! Order it from your local library that has interlibrary loan capability if you cannot afford the price. There are now many sources for appropriate fabric through the Internet.

Where can I find antique patterns to purchase?

On the Internet try: "Patterns from the Past."

 

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we do offer expedited domestic shipping for extra fees.  We can also expeditie international shipments but delivery dates overseas cannot be promised.

 

Becoming a Wholesalers of our patterns

We offer Wholesalers significant discounts that will allow both your and our businesses to flourish.

Why don't we sell PDFs of our patterns - First due to piracy.  We have spent over 40 years creating and tracing these patterns along with researching them.  We print and ship all of our patterns ourselves.  If we started sending out PDFs, in no time, copies of our Intellectual Property would be all over the internet and we would be out of business.  Second, some of our patterns are constantly being updated.  We want our clients to get the BEST POSSIBLE version of our products.

 

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