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Description 116 Shirts of Russia & Ukraine Misses 6-20; Men's 32-48. These popular shirts reflect a merging of European and Central Asian traditions, and can easily be lengthened for versatile dress or robe styles. Three neck opening variations, including center front and side front. Make the basic design quickly and then embellish it with authentic embroidery motifs. Historical lore and embroidery instructions included. Suggested fabrics: Light or medium-weight soft fabrics such as cotton, broadcloth, linen, chambray, muslin, rayon challis, lightweight wool, or silk. NICE CONDITION PATTERN 1979 WEE BIT OF WEAR ON CORNER.. 116 fOLKWEAR UNCUT, THREE VIEWS, EMBROIDERY DESIGNS..... uncut thick heavy pattern, bit of extra postage for international due to weight and thickness.. ,, extra small to extra large Folkwear #116 Shirts of Russia & Ukraine pattern features popular shirts, worn by late 19th-century peasants and nobility alike. They reflect a merging of European and Central Asian textile traditions, creating a unique folk art. All three shirts are narrower than many ethnic styles; each has a high snug collar, a lined shoulder area, and narrow side panels. View A is typical straight-sleeved Ukrainian shirt; the center front opening has facings turned to the outside and closes with hooks and eyes. View B, from North-Central Ukraine, features an overlap side closing. The sleeves are gathered into narrow cuffs; cuffs and collar may be fastened with hooks and eyes or traditional button-and-loop closures. The off-center side placket in View C is a Russian feature. Its folded construction conceals a buttoned closing. In all three styles, the collar, sleeve hems or cuffs and front opening may be left untrimmed, finished with braid, or embroidered. Authentic embroidery designs are given for each style.