Men in Minoan and Mycenaean frescoes wear two main types of sewn garments: a thigh- or ankle-length boat-necked tunic (chiton) or a wrapped skirt (kilt). The kilt is strictly Minoan and I recreated it on another post. The chiton is originally Mycenaean but also appears in art on Crete after the Mycenaean takeover, which began… Read more
How to sew a quilted doublet that will hold up to SCA heavy fighting or fencing
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