Missouri River Boatman’s Shirt (FW-204)

Period: Colonial Description: This roomy pullover work shirt was worn by hard-working rafts men and fur traders on the rivers of 1800’s America. The casual style is perfect for all types of today’s labors, as well as pleasures. This shirt is popular with historical re-enactors at Civil War & other historic events. Included instructions for […]

Buckskin Pants (MR-001)

Period: Mountain Man Description: An authentically styled, early pants pattern that can be made using any type of garment leather. Typical of the early 1800s, these include a waistband, flared legs & button fly. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes 30 – 42 Manufacturer: Missouri River

Voyageur’s Shirt (MR-002)

Period: Colonial Description: Adapted from the Voyageur’s Sketchbook, this authentic, loose fitting shirt was worn by fur traders and boatmen throughout North America from the mid-18th through early 19th centuries. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes S, M, L, XL and XXL Manufacturer: Missouri River

Capote (MR-003)

Period: Mountain Man Description: This practical coat is as popular with today’s Buckskinners & Indian Enthusiasts as it was in previous times. No doubt this is due to the great versatility of the garment as well as its colorful style. Capotes can be worn over several layers of clothing in extreme cold weather and can […]

Mountainman Work Shirt (MR-004)

Period: Mountain Man Description: A simple pullover style shirt with stand-up collar used for everyday wear during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Can be made from several authentic materials. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes S, M, L, XL and XXL Manufacturer: Missouri River

Rifleman’s Frock (MR-005)

Period: Colonial Description: This was standard wear for Eastern woodsmen from the French& Indian War until well after the Revolution. Includes several options for cuffs, cape and fringe treatment. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes M, L, XL and XXL Manufacturer: Missouri River

Breechclout & Leggings (MR-006)

Period: Mountain Man Description: Our pattern allows several legging styles in leather and cloth including straight dance. Authentic tribal styles are discussed along with such important details as decoration and fringe placement. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes S, M, L and XL Manufacturer: Missouri River

Ribbon Shirt (MR-008)

Period: Native American Description: Common to many tribes from east to west. This style shirt is popular with both men and women and has been in vogue since the introduction of cloth to the Indian trade. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes S, M, L, XL and XXL Manufacturer: Missouri River

Plains Warshirt (MR-009)

Period: Native American Description: Developed from museum examples, this pattern will make a classic Northern Plains buckskin war shirt. Sioux, Cheyenne, Crow, Arapaho and Blackfoot style shirts are depicted, with hints on placement of various decorations and beadwork. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes S,M,L,XL and XXL Manufacturer: Missouri River

Plains Style Moccasins (MR-010)

Period: Mountain Man Description: The most authentic and detailed Plains moccasin pattern available! Features upper and sole patterns along with complete, fully illustrated instructions, including beadwork placement, that allow you to make a fine pair of moccasins in Cheyenne or other styles. Size & Fitting Info: Sizes: Men’s 4-12 & Women’s 5-10 Manufacturer: Missouri River