The pattern's very straight forward, it's the basic shirt in Tudor tailor, sliightly altered to fit a slightly taller person. I was a bit short of time before the event, so I cheated and made the long seams by machine, then added the gussets in the side and shoulders as well as collar, cuffs and hem by hand. The seams are felled by hand to make the machine-sewing at least less visible. Ties for closing cuff and collar were finger-braided in linen/cotton yarn, which was the best I could find at the time.
Pattern: The basic shirt from the Tudor Tailor (meaning I looked at it. It's rectangular pieces, no pattern needed really)
Year: (the year the item represents, not the year you made it): 1500s
Notions: Linen/cotton yarn, linen thread for handsewing.
How historically accurate is it?: 90% - machine sewing with polyester thread aside. It'd pass I guess! Though a real Tudor would likely cry at the poor quality linen we get nowadays.
Hours to complete: Don't know? 10-15 perhaps.
First worn: July 2016
Total cost: Stash used, so didn't really keep track. It was JUST enough of my white linen (I used about 2 metres, I think).