This original waistcoat pattern is fashioned after three extant examples and may be made up in a variety of ways: sleeved or sleeveless, long or short. The longer, sleeved version is most appropriate for earlier impressions, whereas the shorter version is a correct length for the 1770s. You may also make a shorter sleeved waistcoat or a longer sleeveless waistcoat. Both sleeved and sleeveless waistcoats were worn in either period.
Size: Chest (40″ = 100 cm), (42″ = 105 cm), (44″ = 110 cm), (46″ = 115 cm) and (48″ = 120 cm).