1982 -Folkwear Pattern No. 112- Mens and womens patterns and sewing instructions are included for three garments. The hippari, sized for men and women, Monpie field pants for womens up to size 14 and a padded jacket for women. All are constructed in the time honored way. The hippari is a hip length jacket that overlaps in front and ties at the side. Its front opening is finished with a neckband. Two different elbow length sleeves are given. For women a rectangular sleeve with small traditional openings under the arms in both sleeve and body. For men sleeves are tapered with no underarm opening. The calf length field pants have pleats at waist below back and front waistband that wrap and tie. Roomy gussets at the crotch allow full ease of movement, leg hems are finished with elastic. There is a patch pocket on the right front hip. The padded jacket has a straight front opening and neckband. Construction includes an outer layer batting, and a short contrasting lining. The curved sleeves, which can also be used unpadded on the hippari have traditional underarm openings.