Google image search on "Manesse Codex" for images of German garb from 1305 thru 1340. A note of caution if you aren't familiar with the art of this period... the men have jaw length hair and can be pretty rosy cheeked and baby-faced, so if you aren't paying close attention you can mistake them for women with their hair pinned up. The women have really long hair or veils.
This would be the easiest garb from your window to make (and also the most typical of minnesanger), because by the time you get to 1350 or so they are wearing fitted cottes (cotehardies or kirtles) which require special fitting techniques and each woman must be fitted individually.
--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, Robin <robinhawk7@...> wrote:
> Does anyone have any info on German style women's gowns from this period?
> Looking to clothe 7 minnesangers for a wedding. Need sources, maybe paintings. Anyone have any links?