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Gash Shirt Pattern

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The original this shirt is copied from is housed in the North Carolina Museum of history.  This shirt was made in 1862 by Elizabeth Gash for  Lucius Weaver Gash who  was a junior officer in Company served in the 11th Regiment North Carolina Troops, Buncome County. According to the item history file Gash was wearing this shirt on May 12 1864 when he was mortally wounded in the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse.

This pattern includes

  • 10 pages of instructions for completing the shirt with pictures
  • A cut list for all pattern pieces which are square  (for example cuffs are 10" x 5 1/2" cut 2)
  • a template for cutting any pattern piece which is not square (collar, neck gussets and shoulder reinforcement piece)

Fabric & notions Requirements  to make this pattern:

  • 5 small shirt buttons
  • Thread

If you are using 45 inch wide Fabric you will need

  •  Size Small 2 1/4 yards Main shirt fabric
  • Size Medium -Extra Large- 3 yards Main shirt fabric
  • All sizes 1/3 yard shoulder Reinforcement fabric

If you are using 55 inch wide Fabric you will need

  •  All sizes 2 1/4 yards Main shirt fabric
  • All sizes 1/3 yard shoulder Reinforcement fabric
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