Anyway, the shirt is this wonderfully soft, thick (poor Thomas) linen that I would love to have a shirt made out of, but it was a remnant - there was just enough to make him the shirt. You can't see it in the pictures, but it is a white and off-white stripe with squares of interesting weaving (that snag like nobody's business). I found that box pleating a) is much easier if you don't care for precision and b) looks REALLY GOOD on sleeves.
The pants are just a sweat pant pattern in poplin
The hat is dark green velveteen that I made in less than an hour and a half this morning.
The jerkin in is the same fabric as my forepart seen here, specifically taken from a jerkin made by verminiusrex which he generously gave to me for the express purpose of making Thomas this jerkin.
and the back
Forgot to mention: the dear boy was a size L in height and a size S in width when it came to the jerkin.