Category Archives: garb

Fabric Decision

I have been planning to make an apron dress out of what I thought was 2 yards of suit weight wool for colder events. I knew it would be a little light weight but figured at least it was wool … Continue reading

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Garb Progress

My sister was here this week and helped me with my kirtle bodice. (And by help I mean sewed most of it…) Anyway, we decided to go ahead and add a little boning because I looked flat as a pancake … Continue reading

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Event Season and Motivation

I am so ready for event season!! I haven’t done any of the projects planned but I want event season here now!!! It looks like my next event is going to be Mount Edge Defenders Tourney on Mar. 28 and … Continue reading

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Projects

Since tourney season is pretty much over this year I think I may have more time to work on my projects. Most of the winter events are indoor events so I can take my projects without worrying about them getting … Continue reading

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Blue Tunic

Yeah, I finally finished my blue tunic. I will try to get pictures of me wearing it this weekend. I also finished the white undertunic and my cloak. Well, the cloak isn’t exactly finished. I want to find some trim … Continue reading

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Thoughts and goal update

So, I’ve been thinking about garb a lot lately. I’ve been planning to make some viking clothes because I thought they would be easier to make. I’ve been working on the under tunic and it’s going ok, I forgot to … Continue reading

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Dress and Needlework Progress

I cut out a tunic today based on this website: http://snowplow.org/sarah/pers/SCA/tunics_stepbystep.pdf I am using cotton/poly broadcloth that I got for $1/yard. I’m not crazy about the fabric and I don’t know if I will actually wear this tunic. It is … Continue reading

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