Garb links

your first garb: 
the t-tunic 
http://www.virtue.to/articles/tunic_worksheet.html 

Reconstructing history. 
Research into Celtic Scottish, Irish, Japanese clothing and a good beginers section Good starting point for the hard to research celtic areas and the beginners section has a good chemise pattern, ideal for italian ren, and also a couple other items.
http://www.reconstructinghistory.com

Some clothing from the middle ages 
http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~marc-carlson/cloth/bockhome.html

The Costumers Manifesto 
A million and one garb resources including how to articles and documentation. 
http://www.costumes.org

Elizabethan costuming page 
If you are interested in Elizabethan garb this should be your first stop. an excellent resource by a historical costumer laid out in an easy to follow style. This site contains patterns, instructions, research for many diifferent areas in the period, and even information on hats shoes and makeup. Also has much information about Tudor clothing and styles.
http://costume.dm.net/

About Karl Faustus von Aachen

Karl Faustus von Aachen is the sixteenth and youngest son of Eric of Tobar Mhuire, a Scotsman with a talent for heraldry, feast stewarding, writing rude songs and annoying royalty. He skipped town under suspicious circumstances and, owing to substandard navigation, ended up in Lochac. He has followed in his father's footsteps in every way, especially the royalty-annoying. Eric TF Bat, real (mundane) name irrelevant, is a geek and father who collects website administratorships the way knights collect head injuries. He lives in the Huon Valley, south of Hobart, and is helping to start a canton from which he hopes to continue annoying royalty well into the new century.
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