Check SCA websites. The Warring States era and earlier are in scope for them (Edo and later aren't allowed as they are not pre-1600's), and you will pick up some good construction methods. They have a whole lot of information on all social classes.
The wraparound style is common through most of their history, but width of cloth was different, garments were wider in general, obis were quite narrow or even just cords, and a lot of construction was a whole lot simpler than modern kimono styles, even for nobles. Cotton was rare or unknown prior to the mid-late Edo era (it had to be imported) and, if available at all, was only for the very, very rich. Ramie and hemp were probably the most common fibers for ordinary people.
Farmers and other commoners tended to wear simple, practical styles.
The online Kyoto costume museum is probably a good place to start:
It covers most of Japan's known history, with examples from various social classes. Look under the first link "Costume History in Japan" for examples by era.
This SCA site tends to focus on constructing women's Heian court costume, but has a lot of information and research:
It also has a good list of resources for re-enactors, though the links are old so may not work: