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These pages contain short articles about our patterns, period, construction of period clothing, and/or wearing of period clothing.

They are offered here to further enhance your visit to our site, as well as to give you more information to help you decide what clothing is appropriate for your character. Pages will be added as they become available.

A Bibliography of Costume Books
A Bibliography of Costume related books, formerly located
on Fritz & Kathleen's personal site.
These books might help you in developing your living history character
and the clothing for the character.

Hand sewn reproduction shirt, c. 1780
Here are some photos of a bleached linen shirt Kathleen made for the forthcoming Shawnee family vignette at the Davidson Interpretive Center, George Rogers Clark Park, Springfield, Ohio

Making and Wearing Bonnets

More Bonnet Information

The Mob Cap in pattern KK-6102, View B

and Comments on "The Lady's Guide to Plain Sewing" books

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