On 2/8/2013 3:53 PM, Susan B. Farmer wrote:
> On 2/3/2013 5:42 PM, annonymousey wrote:
>> Good afternoon,
>> I'd like to make some garb for myself and my husband. It's been a
>> LONG time since I have sewed and I am not that good at it. There
>> seems to be LOTS of SCA garb information on the internet - so much so
>> that I'm a little overwhelmed.
>> Could you recommend a basic, simple site or pattern (I'm willing to
>> purchase one) that will walk me through putting together simple garb
>> for myself and my husband? I'm thinking a chemise and a viking apron
>> for me and a t-tunic for him (??) but am open to suggestions.
> Keep in mind that a chemise is "body linen" -- i.e., you slip -- it's
> not somthing that's going to show. *IF* you wanted to have all the
> layers, you'd have a chemise, then a tunic or gown and *then* the Viking
> Viking is super easy to make, and looks very good. If you've got a tape
> measure and a straight-edge, you can do Viking! :-) Here's my
> handy-dandy quick guide to Viking (mostly links to other places! It's
> easier than sending you my bookmark file! :-)
*DuH* It would have helped if I'd included the link!
Susan B. Farmer
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
College of Science and Math