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The Costumer's Manifesto: Renaissance Patterns for Men '''Renaissance Patterns for Men'''
 
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[[RenaissancePatternsDoubcapealcega]] A doublet andcape by  
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==Alcega, 1589==  
 
==Alcega, 1589==  
  
[[RenaissancePatternsDoubslevalcega|Alcega, 1589]] A doublet withopen sleeves by Alcega, 1589
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[[HistoryKohler298renaissance]] 1/2 of a cape pattern for a cape with arms, 16th Century (
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[[File:HistoryKohler298renaissance.gif|frameless|border]] 1/2 of a cape pattern for a cape with arms, 16th Century (
  
 
[[ManifestoHistoryPicturecredits#Kohler|Kohler]]
 
[[ManifestoHistoryPicturecredits#Kohler|Kohler]]
  
[[HistoryKohlerFig298renaissance]] Sleeve pattern for cape, (
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[[ManifestoHistoryPicturecredits#Kohler|Kohler]]
 
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'''Amazon com Purchasing information: '''by Janet Arnold, the single most useful book on 16th Century dress, very scholarly, lots of pictures, good patterns, written by the goddess of costume research herself.
 
'''Amazon com Purchasing information: '''by Janet Arnold, the single most useful book on 16th Century dress, very scholarly, lots of pictures, good patterns, written by the goddess of costume research herself.

Revision as of 06:17, 12 February 2014

The Costumer's Manifesto: Renaissance Patterns for Men Renaissance Patterns for Men

RenaissancePatternsDoubcapealcega.gif A doublet andcape by

Alcega, 1589

Alcega, 1589 A doublet withopen sleeves by Alcega, 1589

HistoryKohler298renaissance.gif 1/2 of a cape pattern for a cape with arms, 16th Century (

Kohler

HistoryKohlerFig298renaissance.gif Sleeve pattern for cape, (

Kohler

See also:

LorrainePettit's "Sleeve Lorraine"

an easy, but gorgeous neo-Italian Renaissance sleeve

Links:

File:H.t

Amazon com Purchasing information: by Janet Arnold, the single most useful book on 16th Century dress, very scholarly, lots of pictures, good patterns, written by the goddess of costume research herself.

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Medieval and Renaissance Patterns

The Milanese Tailor's Handbook

Patterns of Fashion : The Cut and Construction of Clothes for Men and Women C1560-1620 Patterns of Fashion : The Cut and Construction of Clothes for Men and Women C1560-1620

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