Sailor Slops & Fit Out Kits
Purchase Ready Made
Repair to the Sailor Pattern Page for do it yourself Mend and Sew Watch
Seaman Rating Togs were not uniformed, other than the hats of the Ship's Bargemen and as the captain may have so decided
|Bargemen's hat - not available ready made (pattern
not available at present).
Coat - Kannik's Korner, version B, have flaps added to the pockets.
Shirt - Jas. Townsend, item #CK-124 or SH-124, in plain, checked or striped (vertical only); Michael the Tailor, item SPS#25; Tuckahoe Trading Company, item JPT0001
Neckerchief - blue or red background with white poka dots or other period designs in linen or cotton; black in silk, linen, or cotton. 1 sq. yard. Local fabric store.
Skilts -Michael the Tailor, SPS#33; Coureur De Bois, skilts are SL700 in fustian. New! Slops available from Kannik's Korner.
Sailor Pants - Jas. Townsend, item # DT-107 (cotton), LT-107 (linen) , drop front design.Tuckahoe Trading Company, item CLT0001
Stockings - Jas. Townsend, 2 pair, natural white wool or cotton (colours acceptable) , item # SP-754, SP-755, or SP757; Coureur De Bois, CS100 cotton and WS600 for wool.
Ditty Bag (optional) - Michael the Tailor
Sea Bag (optional) - item SPS#43, Michael the Tailor - #ACC0045 ,Sailor's Seabag (well made) Tuckahoe Trading Company
Boarding Pistol, British sea-service pattern (optional) - Loyalist Arms & Repairs; Dixie Gun Works
Eating Utensils - Tin or Cooper cup (with tin lining); pewter or wood spoon, knife, fork; wooden or tin bowl. Jas. Townsend: items KF-160, TC-834, TP-29, and KF-160; G.G. Godwin: fork #136, spoon #163, wooden bowl #493. For square wooden plates, Smoke & Fire Co. Pewter spoons of various original molds. Tuckahoe Trading Company
|Round hat - Jas.
Townsend, item #TH-914, special order with the brim cut to 3" all around,
and without the cockade and rosette on the side. Upon receiving
it, paint the entire top of the hat with several coats of semi-gloss
black oil base paint. By captain's orders, add a black 1-1/2"
ribbon around the lower crown, bow in the back with 8" strands (2)
coming off the bow, hanging off the back of the hat with a "V"
cut in their ends with the point of the "V" pointing toward
the hat. Note: a square kerchief of cotton or lien tied in back
of the head can be substituted for the Round Hat.
Belt w/Brass Buckle - Black and not over 2" wide, 1 1/2" better. Not needed unless to carry knife in a sheath - Roy Najecki
Seaman's Weskit (optional) - , item SPS#20, Michael the Tailor.
Garters - Jas. Townsend, item #GA-753, G.G. Godwin.
Shoes w/Buckles - Jas. Townsend, G.G. Godwin, Fugawee,
Canteen, British pattern - Jas. Townsend, item TC-722; G.G. Godwin, #9; Jarnigan, # 14545 (preferred). Note: tin construction requires brewer's pitch coating inside.
Knife & Sheath (optional) - Jas. Townsend, item # LS-177 and #KN-166. More common is the pocket knifes of this era, also available from Jas. Townsend
Grey Wool Blanket (optional) - Massachusetts Army-Navy, U.S. Calvary
Cutlass (optional) - Loyalist Arms & Repairs
Arms & Repairs
Fox Trading Co.
805 Three Meadows #5
Perrysburg, OH 43551
Valley Forge, PA 19481
(610) 783-0670 (orders)
(610) 783-6083 (FAX)
P.O. Box 1860
Cornith, MS 38835-1860
(601) 287-4977 (orders)
(601) 287-6033 (FAX)
Townsend & Son, Inc.
133 North First Street
P.O. Box 415
Pierceton, IN 46562
Gun Works, Inc.
P.O. Box 130
Union City, TN 38261
(901) 885-0561 (information)
Two Tailors (Coureur De Bois)
April-Oct. - address is 287 Main St., Poultney, VT. 05674
Winter is 115 Dowda Circle, Crescent City, Fl. 32112
Pinckney, MI 48169
& Trowbridge Co.
108 Druid Drive
(757)-253-1644 Fax (757)-253-9120
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