If one is to believe the fashion plates of the Eighteenth Century, Europe was populated entirely by exquisitely dressed dandies in sumptuous silks and velvet.
We know however that this was not the case and on the whole the population trudged around in worthy wools and linens or even both together as the quaintly named cloth, linsey-woolsey.
This waistcoat is currently only made up in a selection of odds and ends.
We will be introducing repeatable lines but for now these pieces are one offs.
This is a new pattern which is longer than our previous one.