This pattern is printed on white bond paper with colored cutting lines that will be mailed to you.
Pattern # 131
MENS REGENCY TROUSERS
INCLUDING TROUSERS, COSSACKS, SAILORS
TROUSERS, PANTALOONS, MOSCHETTOS, AND
PANTALOON TROUSERS C. 1790-1830
ALSO KNOWN AS SMALL FALLS
Sizes 30-52, All in the Envelope
Men’s long trousers with a narrow fall front opening, also known as Small Fall Trousers. View A are plain full trousers. View B are full cut English Cossacks with 4 pleats at the front waistband and pockets in the side seam. The other Views have side frog pockets that close with a button. View C Pantaloons are tight fitting, have buttons closing the bottom, and end at the ankle. View D Moschetto’s are tight, long, have buttons closing the bottoms, and have a gusset that covers the front of the shoe. View E Pantaloon Trousers are tight to the calf and then fall straight down. View F Sailor’s trousers have wide legs. All Views have a watch pocket. In all Views the front fall closes with two buttons. The waistband closes in front with three buttons. The front has two suspender (braces) buttons. The backs of the trousers have a very long rise . The center back has a gusset, a tie to adjust it, and suspender buttons. The trousers are interfaced wherever there are buttons or buttonholes. View A, Trousers, B, Cossacks, and F, Sailor’s Trousers can be described as loose fitting; Views C Pantaloons, D Moschetto’s (pronounced mosquitos, and I'm not kidding!), and E Pantaloon Trousers, have a tighter fit. It is recommended that Views C, D, and E be made of stretchy woven or knit fabric. These type of trousers were worn for day or informal except for Pantaloons, which were worn in the evening beginning in 1810. Views A, B, D, or E can be made with the optional foot strap.