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Gusseted sca pants patterns
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Dress Sewing Patterns
Thorsberg Trousers, how to take measurements, sketch own pattern for it.
16th Century Clothing
16th Century Fashion
Heather Morgan - IRCC II - 2012
Romeo And Juliet
Article - overview of 15th century Doublets - pattern breakaway page - Sample Doublet Padding Diagram
Elizabethan Noble Man's Smock, circa 1590s-EXCERPT: 'On the right is the front of the smock. It was made with 100% linen. The placket, collar and cuffs are made from white Irish embroidered Linen. The small lace and black silk stitches were added by hand.' Created by Lynn McMasters
Renaissance Fair Costume
Irwindale Renaissance Faire 4/20/13 - Jim Pool Photography
Gentleman's clothing from 1571, silk silver doublet, location unknown, photo - Picasa web- Romany Way Design
Clothing And Textile
c. 1580 doublet, European, made of silk, metallic thread, brass, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (front, unmounted) note: the white silk crepé is for the garment support/protection while in the storage, not part of the doublet!
1580 Jerkin, closed back. Deep armholes for maximum flexibility. Color, lining, embroidery reference.
Pietro of Aragon's outfit was composed of doublet, breeches, shoes, beret and shirt (1552), San Domenico Maggiore, Naples, Photo: aneafiles.webs.com
Tudor Costume reproduction. Wow, that's a lot of red.
Attire fit for an Elizabethan Gentleman. Bristol Faire 8-2-2009-Mark Meier
Bristol Renaissance Faire
Bristol Faire 8-13-2006 - _DSC0068
Types Of Hats
Instructions for this hat on: Recreating 16th and 17th Century Clothing: The Renaissance Tailor
Human Poses Reference
A song by Creative VisuAls Photography, via Flickr
Cutting diagram for doublet having a Four-piece body, U-shaped collar and longer upper sleeves - also most excellent article on 15th c doublets on this site.
I really like this tutorial. Sums up everything you need to say and provides excellent pictures.
14th Century Clothing
Pourpoint This dress is based on extant original which belonged to Charles de Blois (second half of the 14th century). Pattern is here. Clothing also include hood with dagges, embroidered belt, woolen embroidered hoses and flat soles hinged-pattens. Pictures of those parts are on next pages. HOTT
17th Century Clothing
17th Century Fashion
boy's royal blue Renaissance Garb
Renaissance Festival Costumes
Lyall Foxx by Thoré, via Flickr
Mens Renaissance Clothing
Bristol Faire 9-5-2009 - _DSC7235