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Historical Costuming FAQ



Frequently Asked Questions about sources for patterns and supplies for historical costuming. Bibliography of relevant books. Info relevant to SCA periods (600 AD to 1600 AD) and Civil War. Some pointers to Historical Reenactment groups.

This FAQ about sources for patterns and supplies for historical costuming. Bibliography of relevant books. Info relevant to SCA periods (600 AD to 1600 AD) and Civil War. Some pointers to Historical Reenactment groups. It was compiled and written by Lara Fabans lfabans@adobe.com with numerous contributions by others.

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-1) Where is a good source of costuming information?
A good source for costuming information is the SCA, Society of ...
-2) Sources Of Historical Costuming Patterns And Supplies p1
A quick comment on patterns sent to me by someone who is a professional:...
-2) Sources Of Historical Costuming Patterns And Supplies p2
Patterns and Supplies:...
-2) Sources Of Historical Costuming Patterns And Supplies p3
Costume
-2) Sources Of Historical Costuming Patterns And Supplies p4
JAS Townsend & ...
-2) Sources Of Historical Costuming Patterns And Supplies p5
Past
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-2) Patterns And Supplies: Books p1
Some of these books are out of print. Most of them should be in a ...
-2) Patterns And Supplies: Books p2
Hillhouse, Marion and Evelyn A Mansfield. Dress Design: Draping ...
-2) Patterns And Supplies: Books p3
John Peacock was senior costume designer for the BBC. This book is ...
-2) Patterns And Supplies: Additional sources:
One tactic for using scaled patterns to construct garments is to ...
-2) Patterns And Supplies: What happened to Medieval Miscellanea?
They were purchased!...
-3) Costuming: What about period fabrics?
Ann Feeney (afeeney@mcs.com) is maintaining a list of ...
-4) Costuming: What about Civil War era stuff?
The following is from Dave Uebele (daveu@cisco.com):...
-5) How about information on Seminole War re-enactments and frontier costuming?
This section contributed by: ...
-6) Tips for making authentic historic costumes from modern supplies.
One tactic for using scaled patterns to construct garments is to ...
-7) Historical Costuming: Administrative Note: historical authenticity, reproducing patterns and SCA
(i.e. disclaimers)...
-8) Historical Costuming: Acknowlegements
I used to have a listing of people, but it just got to ...
-9) Historical Costuming: Where can I get an up to date copy of this FAQ?
There are three textile related FAQs that I maintain. The first ...









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