SCA Juried Merchants List: Clothing & Fabric
- Patterns of Time
- A selection of over three hundred Historical, ethnic, and fantasy patterns in addition to a wide selection of cloak clasps and costuming supplies
- Reconstructing History
- Patterns for historical clothing from the 11th century through the 16th century (and more!). Tailoring supplies and woolens to make the patterns into reality. Fine linen underwear and accessories based on historical examples - 13th through 16th centuries covered. Reed and steel corset boning. Wool felt hat blanks.
- Castle Garden Creations
- Medieval, Renaissance, and Mideastern clothing, custom made, as well as accessories
- Garments of the Past
- 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
- Patricia of Leicester
- Custom embroidered clothing from period sources: Celtic, Scandanavian, Gothic, etc.
- Maison Rive
- Washable wool cloaks and hoods (seperate items. No capes with attatched hoods, except the thigh-length Pictish model.) Ladies', babies' and children's linen caps, biggins, Beguines, etc. No-sag chemises in "daccar" muslin (quite sheer.) Arab/crusader states tunics in cotton, off-and-on. Distressed goods knocked off cheap at Pennsic.
- Custom Heraldic Designs
- Custom Heraldic Designs offers Mid evil and Renaissance period hats – caps - garb for historic re-enactors many unique stock and custom styles in tincture colors.
- Dungiven Medieval Designs
- Irish Medieval garments, researched and documented Irish fashions up to 1700 c.e. Includes veils, hats, brats (cloaks), ionar (jackets), leine (men's shirts and women's under dresses), truibas (trews=pants), and all periods of gowns.
- Renaissance Fabrics
- Cottons, Linens, Wools, Velveteen, and Brocade fabrics for making period costumes
- Billy and Charlie's Highest Quality Pewter Goods
- Pewter buttons, buckles and other belt fittings, eyelets, and costume accessories.
- Period Perceptions
- historically referenced clothing from Eurocentric early period to late period Japanese and everything in beteween
- The Treasury
- reproduction clothing hooks and period glass buttons
- Historic Enterprises
- Authentic clothing fraom a variety of eras
- The Jelling Dragon
- Linen & wool Viking clothes.
- Syke's Sutlering
- Elizabethan and 17th century ready-to-wear clothes
- Tudor Tailor
- Tudor-era clothing patterns, men's and women's.
- Ninya Mikhaila
- Museum standard reproduction clothing from most periods.
- Revival Clothing
- 11th-15th century medieval clothing, footwear and accessories made out of authentic fabrics from research based on period reference
- Blackwood Jewellery
- A wide selection of leather belts, garters and livery collars with hand made buckles, tips and mounts, as well as items for the clothier, such as dress pins, wrist clasps and decorative mounts.
- Class Act Fabrics
- Period appropriate silk, wool, linen and design appropriate manmade fiber fabrics; narrow and wide steel corset stays; period appropriate costuming books
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Disclaimer: Do not mistake this list for an official statement by or
publication of the SCA, Inc. It is the personal opinion of Gregory Blount (Greg
Lindahl.) I have not verified any claim made by any merchant. However,
I would like to hear if you had a bad experience with any merchant
on the list, or you feel that a merchant on the list doesn't live
up to the list criteria.
Gregory Blount / Greg Lindahl