- Introduction
- Source Types Explained
- Tailoring Vocabulary
- Website Bibliography

Pattern Manuscripts:
- MS

Related Articles
- Documenting with Few Sources


"Any activity becomes creative when the doer cares about doing it right, or doing it better."

- John Updike

This page is under construction. Please return in January 2004.

In crafting historically accurate clothing, it is as important for the pattern to be accurate as it is for the embellishment. In tailoring, the pattern dictates what the end product will look like far more than any embellishment or even fabric choice.

Extant Pattern Manuscripts

Pattern Manuscripts Available on This Site

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