T- TUNIC TUTORIAL - basic cheaty medieval gown
T-TUNIC TUTORIAL - basic mostly historically accurate T-Tunic
PLUS with or without lacing for non re-enactors.
- EASY 13TH CENTURY
TUNIC TUTORIAL - How to make an overgown with short, wide
- EASY WIDE-SLEEVE
GOWN TUTORIAL - How to make an overgown with really big
- KIRTLE OR GOWN
TUTORIAL Medieval dress pattern
- LADIES HOSE TUTORIAL
London hose pattern
- EASY EARLY
- HOOD WITH SHOULDER
- BASIC SURCOTE
TUTORIAL surcote with 4 seams
SURCOTE TUTORIAL surcote with gores
SIDELESS SURCOTE TUTORIAL - How to make a noblewoman's sideless
surcote with a train
FRILLED, FOR USE WITH BARBETTE
PLEATED, FOR USE WITH BARBETTE
- CLOTH BUTTON
- LUCET CORD
TUTORIAL - Making lacing cord
- TASSEL MAKING
Things I have sewn for myself and
others for re-enactment.
- Gowns and hose.
ACCESSORIES - Pouches, shoes, belts etc.
- Hoods, veils and wimples.
CHALLENGES - Bringing art to life!
An interactive display of 14th and 15th century sewing implements
found in a Tailor's workshop, including reproductions of thimbles,
scissors and shears, fabric samples, hand dyed Italian wool
samples, hand made buttons and clothing samples showing sewing
MEDIEVAL HERB GARDEN
My herb garden with medieval herbs and flowers! A new project
for 2020. Modern methods and medieval plants and flowers and
what they're good for and what I'm using them for.
Calendar of events
and recent website updates
DOWNLOADABLE PFD FILES
FREE Cut & colour paper dolls.
- Male & female
- 13th, 14th and 15th century people
- Spare clothes to mix and match
DOWNLOADABLE PDF FILES
FREE Colour-Me-In Medieval people.
- Male & female
- 13th, 14th and 15th century people and couples
10 FAQs, My re-enactment life & living history impressions,
and my medieval bio.
Support your local craftsmen in Australia by buying their hand
crafted goods. Buying wool worldwide.
Links to museums and other places I've found extremely helpful.
My bibliography of books used for research.
Sorted into useful categories.
Where to look if you're a stallholder looking for help with
presenting your (usually not medieval) stall, some cheap and
easy clothing ideas, what to do with your shoes and how to hide
your modern stuff. These pages aren't for re-enactors. They're
for stallholders who need to dress their stalls appropriately
and don't want to break the bank.
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