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Your First Garb – The Tunic of Saint Louis

A basic Tunic, suitable for under or outer-wear! As featured in our E-Newsletter, Historically Speaking - have you signed up yet?

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Your First Garb – A 15th century Shirt

Make a simple 15th-century man's shirt in a few easy steps!

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Your First Garb – The Chemise

What is a chemise? How do you make one?

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Bob’s 24 hour Turkish Outfit

Bob makes a Turkish Outfit in less than 24 hours, and still gets his required 10 hours of beauty sleep.

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Welter Skelter II

Double Trouble! How to install a Double Welt Pocket...

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Welter Skelter

How to make a single welt pocket.

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What Patterns Are and What Patterns Are Not

A few tips to help you make the most of your RH pattern.

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Handstitching Basics — Background

A beginners guide to hand-stitching.

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Handstitching Basics — Getting Started

To hand-sew well one must start with the perfect knot.

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Handstitching Basics — First Stitches

A how-to article showing beginners how to handsew using period accurate stitches.

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Handstitching Basics — More Stitches

The basic back stitch, used for seams that require strength is the second most popular stitch in handsewing. Learn how here!

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Authenticity 101

This article is in preparation for an SCA class on how to be more authentic in your dress, accoutrements, and persona. It's an article for beginners and for people who have been around for a long time but who would like to be more authentic. Here are some suggestions on how to start. Use them in good health. And smile. It's fun!

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Good Research Techniques

11 Habits of Highly successful researchers

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