Man’s Double Breasted Short Jacket (KK-4551)

Period: Colonial Description: Lined Jacket, with three sleeve styles. Worn by Farmers, Laborers, Apprentices, Seafarers, Sportsmen and others. Jacket has an edged neckline, welted pockets, no pleats or vents, and fits at high hip length. Size & Fitting Info: Chest Sizes: [ M – 2X ]=[ 38 – 50 ] Manufacturer: Kannik’s Korner

Stockings, Pockets & Mitts (KK-6001)

Period: Colonial Description: Stockings, Pockets & Mitts Appropriate for 17th, 18th, and early 19th century. Pattern for stockings for men or women. Five pocket styles, including [ English, Scotch, Italian, & American ]. Includes a pattern for women’s common linen mitts. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes: [ S – 3XL ] Manufacturer: Kannik’s Korner

Woman’s Shift (1750-1800) (KK-6102)

Period: Colonial Description: Second Half of the 18th Century. This English style shift/chemise pattern with a shaped neck is a composite of similar characteristics found in three extant garments, plus documentation. Size & Fitting Info: Bust Sizes: [ S – 3XL ]=[ 32-52 ] Manufacturer: Kannik’s Korner

Woman’s Shift 1790-1820 (KK-6103)

Period: Colonial Description: English Style Shift [Chemise] The shift pattern for your Empire and Federal style gowns! A pattern with scooped, drawstring neckline, gathered or plain short sleeves. Size & Fitting Info: Bust Sizes: [ S – 3XL ] = [ 32-52 ] Manufacturer: Kannik’s Korner

Woman’s Bedgown 1730-1770 (KK-6501)

Period: Colonial Description: “Manteau de lit”. 1730 – 1770 Pattern based on text and illustrations in Description des Arts et Metiers, Art du Tailleur, by M. de Garsault, 1769. Commonly worn by working class women as day wear. Size & Fitting Info: Bust Sizes: [ XS – 3XL ]=[ 28-52 ] Manufacturer: Kannik’s Korner