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Now with size layers.

Please note you can get this pattern printed in black and white for about $2-3 per A0 page if you shop for a good price or use an online copy shop.

This is not a printed pattern. This is a digital download. You will receive links to several files immediately upon ordering sent to the email address used to order. You will receive several files that are letter size: How to print, the front and back cover, and the sewing instructions. You will also receive several A0 size files which are meant to be printed full size at a copy shop or on your home printer using the "poster" option in Adobe Acrobat. You will receive the entire pattern in A0 size in color with solid lines. You will also receive the entire pattern in A0 size in black dashed lines with size layers. Also included are A0 files that contain just View A and B, just View C, and just View D. There is a separate file with the capes so you can print just one cape, 2 or 3 capes, or the pattern pieces for 4 capes. This means you can print just the View you want, just the amount of capes you want, in just the size you want. If you want to tile the pattern you can use the poster option, as mentioned above. Here is a link to instructions on how to use this option on the Adobe help page.​Pattern #136#136 MENS AND LADIES LATE GEORGIAN AND REGENCY GREATCOAT AND GARRICK C. 1750-1825Sizes 34-56 all in the envelope with size layersMens and Ladies Late Georgian and Regency Greatcoat and Garrick, c. 1750- 1825. The pattern contains a Greatcoat which can be cut either single or double breasted and has the choice of a standing or a stand-and-fall collar. Any view, men's or ladies, can have capes and the capes can be removable. When paired with either the 3 layer cape or 4 layer cape option it is called a Carrick coat. The instructions include modern (theatrical) collar construction and period pad stitching. The coat body is the same for either the mans or ladies version with only the sleeves being different. The front of the coat is plain. The back of the coat has pleats, a pocket flap, and pockets at the side backs, near the waist. The center back of the coat can be either finished with a pleat at center back waist and a back vent at the bottom, or finished so that the back is open all the way from the waist to the bottom. For ladies there is an optional belt included. The sleeves are full at the sleeve heads, cut two piece, with a fully functioning large cuff that folds up at the wrist. The sleeves are long, covering part of the hand as was fashionable in the period. This overcoat is drafted to fit over the men's garments of the period; shirt, vest, and tailcoat, so there is considerable ease drafted into the overcoat. There can be up to 10 inches of ease, depending on where you measure the body and the breadth of the coat. It is therefore recommended that a muslin be cut of the body of the coat and tried on over the garments intended to be worn under it before choosing a size and cutting your fashion cloth. The two cape options, 3 or 4 layers, both have a full cape on top and on the bottom, with the middle cape for the 3 cape option, and the middle 2 capes for the 4 cape option, being faux capes. The capes can be cut with either square or rounded front edges.To see the extant Garrick that was copied for this pattern click here:

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136 Late Georgian and Regency Greatcoat and Garrick, Coachman's Coat, Overcoat

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