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My Favorite Links

Other people have much more comprehensive lists of links out there. Here are just a few of my favorites.

16th Century

Costumes by Lynn McMasters

Elizabethan Costuming Page

Festive Attyre: Historic Costuming

The Frazzled Frau

Mode Historique - Historical Fashion

The Realm of Venus

The Renaissance Tailor

Saya Espanola

Sempstress

18th Century

18thcNewEnglandLife.org

Colonial Williamsburg

Mara Riley's Costume Page

The Northwest Territory Alliance

Sharon Ann Burnston: "At Home" in the 18th Century

Costuming for Multiple Eras

The Costumer's Manifesto

The Greater San Francisco Bay Area Costumer's Guild

Ninya Mikhaila, Historical Costumer

Reconstructing History

Fabric

Big Daddy's Gypsy Caravan

Burnley and Trowbridge

Denver Fabrics

Eastern Christian Supply Co.

Fabric.com

FabricGuru.com

Fabrics-store.com

Fashion Fabrics Club

Istok Enterprises, Inc.

HouseFabric.com

Sewing Central

Silk Baron

SyFabrics.com

General Supply Sources

The Celtic Croft

Chivalry Sports - The Renaissance Store

Jas. Townsend & Son, Inc.

The Pillaged Village

Patterns

Burnley and Trowbridge

Costumes by Lynn McMasters

Grannd Companies & Grannd Garb

Harper House

Kannik's Korner

Margo Anderson's Historic Costume Patterns

Patterns of Time

The Recollections of J.P. Ryan

Reconstructing History

Sewing Central

The Tudor Tailor

Sewing Supplies and Notions

Farthingales

Grannd Companies & Grannd Garb

Trim

Calontir Trim

Cheeptrims.com

Ready Made Garb

The Celtic Croft

Historic Enterprises

Other Things Medieval and/or Renaissance Related

MacGregor Historic Games

Renaissance, The Elizabethan World

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Useful Things to Know - References that come in handy - collected in one place

Here is some other wonderful bits of information that you just can't do without.

The Doublet (Using an old shirt to make the pattern for a men's doublet AND sewing it together by hand.) from The Tudor Costume Page

Help! I have a dress dummy (How to set up your dress dummy for draping 16th century costuming.) from Sempstress

How to Make Beautiful Hand Bound Eyelets from The Curious Frau

Making Finger Braids from The Tudor Costume Page

Pattern Grading

TinyURL.com

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Image Galleries

Carter's Grove (for Julie)

Children's Portraits in the Netherlands 1520-1620

The Mode in Hats and Headress by R. Turner Wilcox from the VillageHatShop.com

My Singer Treadle Sewing Machine

Pattern Grading

 

 

 

 

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