I love “how to get dressed in x year” videos. They are fantastic, sometimes (!) accurate and means that I can dress for my future access to a time machine quickly and wear all the correct layers. Anyway, this was going to be a rant about how older clothing is more complex due to shifting… Continue reading Hard truths: All the layers are important.
I made so much stuff. This is belated as heck. The list of things I remember: – Stripey Dress – Smock X 2 – Yellow Linen Coat – Yellow and Black Linen Tudorish gown (90% handsewn) – Teal Linen, short sleeved Cotehardie – Brown wool Cotehardie (80% hand sewn?) – Red Sleeveless Kirtle (80% handsewn)… Continue reading End of the Year Round Up
Subtitle: NOT EVERYTHING IN THIS PERIOD WITH A FULL SKIRT AND A V NECK IS A BURGUNDIAN. I am currently working on a full Avignon/provençal 1480s-1510s kit and persona. I don’t know of anyone in the SCA who does my location and period and what I have to go off of is various “this looks… Continue reading How to be the expert: Late medieval, Early Renaissance Avignon/Provence
This is my research for Northshield’s Kingdom A&S competition 2017, held March 4th in Hurley, Wisconsin. I entered in the Introductory Division.