Western Bib Shirt Pattern
- Sewing Pattern. Pattern shows how to make sizes Small (36), Medium (38), Large (42), X-Large (46) and XX-Large (50).
- Great for Western, SASS or Fur Trade Impressions
- Excellent for SASS, Western or Civil War Impression
- Great for Cowboy, Rodeo, Western Expansion, or Wild West Show.
- Great for Cowboys and Aliens costume
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Sewing Pattern. Early to Late Victorian. Typical bib-front shirt. The classic Western Bib Shirt is now easy to create. Researched and created by our designer, Janet Pittman, you will love the simplicity of this pattern. Worn and made popular by John Wayne in pictures like The Angel and the Bad Man, this shirt shows the essence of the Old West. It may be made from linen or linen blends, cotton or cotton blends, or light-weight wool. Pattern shows how to make sizes Small (36), Medium (38), Large (42), X-Large (46) and XX-Large (50). Complete material and notions requirements are noted on the patterns and the directions are easy to use. Great for SASS and Pow Wow living history events. Great for Cowboys and Aliens Costume, Jake Lonergan, Daniel Craig, Colonel Woodrow Dolarhyde, Harrison Ford, Ella, Emmett Taggart, Percy Dolarhyde, Black Knife, Doc, Nat Colorado, Sheriff Taggart and Meacham. Cowboys & Aliens Costume. Cowboys vs Aliens, Cowboys & Aliens. Makes great costumes for such western stars and films as James Arness, Gene Autry, Amanda Blake, Miss Kitty, Peter Breck, the Big Valley, Harry Carey, Chuck Connors , Lucas McCain, the Rifleman, Gary Cooper, High Noon, Dale Evans, Roy Rogers, Glenn Ford, James Garner, Maverick, The Lone Ranger, Tom Mix, Audie Murphy, Dorothy Page, Slim Pickens, The Cisco Kid, Tex Ritter, Randolph Scott, John Wayne, the Virginian, Clint Eastwood, Outlaw Josey Wales, Dances with Wolves, Unforgiven, Jonah Hex, True Grit, Maverick, Wyatt Earp, Desperado, Purgatory, Appaloosa, Dead Wood, 3:10 to Yuma, and Open Range.
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The instructions are so poor, its easy to make mistakes, and simply be unable to understand what to do.
I spent atleast a week making this shirt, but had the instructions been better, I could have done it much faster.
The pattern is also divided, for the front and back piece. You have to glue these together yourself. If you don't, the shirt will be too short. I miscut the first time, because it was so easy to overlook this part, and I nearly ruined the shirt, but managed to turn the first batch of back/front pieces into arm pieces instead.
After alot of hard work though, and frustration - I ended up with a great shirt. Eagles View Patterns - who made this, should revise the instructions, and turn it into a step-by-step, visually CLEAR instruction.
If you buy this, be very very carefull with what you do, and make sure not to overlook anything, or you will regret.