For a 16th Century shirt you will need two and a half to three metres of white or off-white linen.
The body pieces are squares which are pleated into the collar.
The collar and cuffs can be made with or without a ruff.
Venetian hose are baggy around the legs but fitted at the waist and tapered to the knees.
A doublet uses approximately a metre and a half of wool, silk or linen fabric.
Crescent shaped wing pieces can be attached at the shoulders.
A sleeveless version of this pattern can be used to make a jerkin to be worn over the doublet.
Construction of various styles of French Hoods
Shirt cuff embroidery (as seen from back) - front view here