Stuart Press Books has produced some of the most solid documentation I've seen for their era and their clothing books are no exception. While the patterns are "microgrid" and not nested for size, they are some of the best researched I've seen. Look for new 15th Century pattern books in the future.

Stuart701- Clothes of the Common Woman 1580-1660. Robert Morris Uses illustrations, wills, inventories and other sources to establish who was wearing what clothes, cuts, fabrics and colours. 68pp $14.00

Stuart702- Clothes of the Common Woman 1580-1660 Part 2: Making the Garments: Takes the information in part 1 and produces a reasoned interpretation of how to reproduce the garments worn. Includes patterns$14.00

Stuart703 - Clothes of the Common Man 1580-1660. Uses illustrations, wills, inventories and other sources to establish who was wearing what clothes, cuts, fabrics and colours. 68p $14.00

Stuart704 - Clothes of the Common Man part 2: Making the Garments - Robert Morris- Takes the information in part 1 and produces a reasoned interpretation of how to reproduce the garments worn. Includes patterns 64p $14.00

 

 

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