Here are a few examples of earlier period garments I have made:
|A satin Greek chiton with black and gold trim. The sleeves are formed by buttons and loops rather than pins in order to avoid hazards.|
|Fire and Water. His tunic and cloak were made for a Tolkien Fair, but are fairly generic 12th/13th century. The boots were also homemade, these of medium weight cowhide. The cudgel was found in a meadow near UCSC and lovingly sanded. Her tunic is more or less 12th century, with a timeless straight skirt and homemade elk boots and belt. The basket, by Carolyn Thoms, was purchased at South Faire.|
|This dear Tot, at three years old, had to attend a Mediaeval/ Renaissance wedding. The tights, cord belt, and "kung-fu" slippers were storebought. The tunic was 10th - 12th century style, of blue cotton with woven-in stripes of satin and matte.|
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