Garments of the Past
- 2855 Apalachee Pkwy #228, Tallahassee, FL 32301
- This site is dedicated to serving the Internet community with the history of garments worn in centuries past as well as a site that can provide information of how to recreate garments. I also provide seamstress services for those whom either do not have the time or experience to recreate an authentic looking garment. In the past I have always been amazed at the vast amount of information available in regards to garments worn by people of centuries past. Unfortunately while there is much information, many patterns used were either lost or were passed down verbally among families. My goal is to provide information on garments that have been recreated and where these items can be located. Eventually I hope to bring you my own line of patterns recreated from actual dresses worn by famous persons of our past. I hope you enjoy the information provided and feel free to comment on any improvements or services that I can render.
- Clothing & Fabric
- Surplice- Year 1300 Tunic- Year 1100-1200 Sideless Surcotte- 1244 Surcotte- Year1200-1300 Cotte- Year 1200-1300 Eagle Dalmantic- Year 1400-1450 Pelice Civil War Uniform- Union Civil War Uniform- Confederate Medieval Gown- Year 1066 Basic Chemise/Shift Underdress/Kirtle Bodice Partlet Petticoat Italian Renaissance Gown- Year 1470-1540 Chesmise with Gathered Skirt Raglan Sleeve Chemise Corset Bliaut- Year 1100-1140 Hair Cases- 1000-1200 Barbette w/fillet- year 1200-1300 Crespine- year 1250-1260 Surplice- Year 1300-1370 Gown- Year 1520 Gown -Year 1490-1520 Renaissance Gown- Year 1500 bumroll
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