Worn by Magyar herdsmen in Hungary as far back as the Middle Ages, the Szur is a dramatic, mid-calf coat that was traditionally worn over the shoulders as a cape and lavishly decorated with cutwork felt appliqué. The geometric shapes of this garment make it an ideal canvas for other handwork techniques, as well as for handwoven fabrics. Pattern includes instructions for a traditional and contemporary version, appliqué decoration, and historical lore about the Magyar. Suggested fabrics: Heavyweight fabrics such as wool, felt, corduroy, or denim; also water-repellent microfiber for a raincoat. The Szur is traditionally made in felted wool with felt appliqués. Notions: View A: Thread; 1"/2.5cm buckle for leather closure; approximately 12"/30.5cm square of medium to heavyweight leather for closure; 101/4 yards/9.37m worsted weight yarn. View B: Thread; seam binding; large hook and loop closure. Hungarian Szur pattern by Folkwear, Adjusts to fit all sizes, Pattern for coat.