This Early Frontiersman Leather Shirt Pattern features easy-to-follow instructions to make a leather shirt style worn in the early 19th century by fur trappers and Indians alike. The shirt is slightly tailored but has the freedom of no sleeve cuffs or button closings. The Early Frontiersman's Shirt has a false yoke when front and back fringe is added. Other options are sleeve fringe and a collar. Included is a section on "Working with Leather" and a complete glossary of terms used. May be made in sizes Small (36) through XX-Large (50).