Hola I am Miguel Avaro Fransisco El Escribano from the Midrealm, My persona is spainish Renaissance. I was wondering if anyone could help me I need a patternMessage 1 of 37 , Oct 4, 2006View SourceHola I am Miguel Avaro Fransisco El Escribano from the Midrealm, My
persona is spainish Renaissance. I was wondering if anyone could help
me I need a pattern for or at least an idea of what a Professor wold
have worn in the mid 16th century. can anyone be of assistance.
Miguel Avaro Franscisco El Escribano
... To see what Rashid is talking about, those gentles who aren t familiar with this method of construction, have a look at Mistress Cynthia Virtue s RotatedMessage 37 of 37 , Oct 10, 2006View Source--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, "unclrashid" <unclrashid@...> wrote:
>To see what Rashid is talking about, those gentles who aren't familiar
> --- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, Senor Avaro El Escribano
> <lordcynewulf2002@> wrote:
> > Gracias Senor how much fabric would I need I m 5.8 and
> > around 195lb
> > and what kind of fabric?
> > this is the style I want:
> > http://www.elizabethancostume.net/Tailors/pages/f86R.html
> I would guess that a relatively firm but lightweight wool would be
> most authentic. ...<<<snipped>>>....
> Don't make the pattern until you get the fabric, because you can
> adjust the flare of the body pieces to match the width of the
> fabric. Also, to put this pattern together, you need to see that the
> back pieces have a curved seam that fits to the straight edge of the
> front shoulder seam.
with this method of construction, have a look at Mistress Cynthia
Virtue's "Rotated Quarter-Circle construction of the houppelande"
Different, although not completely dissimilar garments, but that
curved bit fitting into a straight line along the shoulder is the same.
Yseult the Gentle