Medieval costume patterns buena base para tapado

Medieval costume patterns- great except back then they didn't have set in sleeves, so not authentic.

1330 AD Cotehardie pattern, instructions @Sarah Chintomby Chintomby Tolbert Krouse Perfect for harem stuff, minus the sleeves.

1330 AD Cotehardie pattern, instructions Chintomby Chintomby Tolbert Krouse Perfect for harem stuff, minus the sleeves.

Tunic/Leine Pattern 1) Neck to floor, or wherever you plan to stop, plus 2" for hem 2) Neck to waist 3) Neck to widest part of chest 4) 1/4 waist plus 1" ease or more, depending on style 5) 1/4 chest plus 1" ease or more, depending on sty!e 6) 2" for an armpit gusset 7) As wide as your most comfortable shirt sleeves

With this basic pattern, from the SCA web site, one can simulate the style of dress from nearly all periods in medieval history.

LargeSmock.jpg (1200×1697) - Simple Smock - A Lady's Underwear, bust to 54"

Tunics To Houppelandes - Resources of the Guild of Tailors, Haberdashers and Mercers of Lochac

Super easy medieval or sorceress gown, witch gown from one piece of fabric.

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Super easy medieval or sorceress gown, witch gown from one piece of fabric. Probably gonna use this for the renaissance faire next year to save money

This is the tutorial that I (dandysourcandy) use for drafting close-fitting 14th Century cotehardies. Remember to add seam allowance to pattern, remember to add date and person to pattern. Sew first attempt using an old sheet and transfer any adjustments to the paper pattern.

"Tutorial (Advanced) - How to draft a pattern for a cotehardie (tightly-fitted gown). Offers step-by-step instructions, but requires some skill at fitting (or a friend with said skill.

Comfy summer gown, based off of Les Trés Riches Heures du duc de Berry juin haymaking from approx 1410

Comfy summer gown, based off of Les Trés Riches Heures du duc de Berry juin haymaking from approx exact dress has been on my wish list for a while

No-waist seam frontlaced kirtles, with mention of a unique lining method...

No-waist seam frontlaced kirtles, with mention of a unique lining method.

Very simple sideless surcote cutting layout. Not bad! I bet you could get a hood out of the leftovers on the bodice

Very simple sideless surcote cutting layout. I bet you could get a hood out of the leftovers on the bodice. Link isn't there but pretty self explanitory

surcoat

Blue print for Surcoat by ~Persphonefallen on deviantART--She links to a better surcote pattern at the bottom of her page.

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