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James Williams

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James Williams says, “My next project is an 1860s men’s shirt with a pleated detail at the front. The collar, cuffs, and pleated area of the shirt front will be made from fine linen, while the shirt body will feature a period-appropriate cotton print. A yoked back and shaped seams will help the shirt fit comfortably.”

James Williams is a tailor based in Clinton, Connecticut, specializing in historical reproductions from the late 1800s. He also hosts tailoring classes online. Historical-Tailoring.com

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