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Shire of Nord du Lac

SCA Garb (Period Costumes) & Cloth

Garb (Period Costumes) And Cloth

General, Celtic, England, Gypsy, Italy, Norse,
Roman, Greek, and Egyptian, Scottish, Cloth Sellers, Garb Merchants

General Information for Medieval Costumes

An Anachronists Encyclopedia: Clothes Information on clothing form Pagan Anglo-Saxons to making an Elizabethan corset and everything in between.

Clothing and Costume Links A large links page full of links to how to's and instructions, designing your own costumes, costumes from different eras and cultures, pictures of SCA'ers in costumes, and much more.

Costume Making and other Textile Arts A wide variety of costume articles from the SCA London web page.

Costumer's Manifesto "One-stop site for costumers information and images"

Costumer's Manofesto Historical Costumes by Period

Dress in 16th Century Europe

Extant Clothing of the Middle Ages This page is entirely compiled from books about clothing and jewelry, with commentary either by the authors, or by people who have sent me scans of their material, as noted.

History of Costume From the Egyptians to the 19th Century, with plenty of graphics. The "History of Costume" or "Zur Geschichte der Kostüme" was printed from 1861 to 1880 in Munich by the publishing firm of Braun and Schneider.

Medieval Footwear & Clothing

Seamstress: Here are some great links if you are interested in making your own costume.


Eachna's Celtic Clothing An online reference for re-creational medievalism, which involves making a sincere effort to reproduce the lifestyle of a race or region of the distant past.



15th and 16th Century Gypsy Women’s Costume Found on the web page for the Incipient Shire of Camden Tor



Viking Resources for the Re-enactor A fellow S.C.A. member. Not as rich in pictures as the Viking Answer Lady, but this site concentrated more on the Norse textiles and styles of dress.

Roman, Greek, and Egyptian

Dress of Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome

Institute of Draped Clothes An institute for the research, study, preservation and promotion of draped clothing such as saris, Roman togas, sarongs, and other unstitched costumes found all over the world and History.


The Great Kilt How to wear and wrap it.

The Kilt and How to Wear It

Spechler-Vogel Imperial Tartan Plaids

Tartan Finder Search engine to find different clan tartans.

Tartan Pages: Scotlands Internet History and Heritage

Cloth (Discount, Bulk & Hard to Find Cloth Sellers)

Delectable Mountain Cloth All natural fabrics

Elegant Stitches Heirloom sewing supplies. Among other supplies, they also carry reasonably priced tartan cloth.

Fabric Direct Discount fabric (Has reasonably priced wool blends)

Irish County Tartans These new tartans, inspired by the Irish counties, are reminiscent of Ireland with soft, warm colors dominating every stitch.

Fashion Fabrics On-line Discount fabrics

Kiyo Design Fabrics

Listing for 100's of Fabric Stores

Garb Merchants

Anastacia's Garb & Pavilions This site is for SCA and pre-1600 reenactment enthusiasts looking for well constructed, reasonably priced, researched Garb, Pavilions and Accessories that make our hobbies the wonderful fun that they are.

Camelot Creations

Needle and Blade

Peldyn & Gwenyth's Garb Medieval & Renaissance Clothing

Kilts 'N More

Sewing CentralYour Source for Historic Patterns and Fabric

Stich Witch Medieval Clothing Here you will find the premier directory of links to some of the folks making & selling medieval & Renaissance clothing on the web today.

The Society for Creative Anachronism

The Kingdom of Meridies

The Principality of Gleann Abhann

Axemoor: Our neighbors to the South in the Greater New Orleans Area

Seleone: Our neighbors to the East in the Mississippi Gulf Coast Region

Wyrmgeist: Our neighbors to the West in the Baton Rouge Area

Iron Ox: Our neighbors to the Northwest in the Jackson, Mississippi Area

Dragoun's Weal: Our neighbors to the North in the Hattisburg, Mississippi Area