Arts & Sciences of Endewearde
Music & Dance
Food & Drink
Arms & Armor

Fiber & Thread

Garb and Clothing

Endewearde Tailors

Endewearde Embroiders

Fiber Arts

Other Fine Pastymes
Teachers & Helpmates

Garb and Clothing

One of the most delightful things about the SCA is dressing the part! If you have a detailed persona, the clothes truly do make the man (or lady!) Lady Margaret's Viking trim, photo by Andrea Sprague

Wearing the beautiful clothing of the Renaissance and the Middle Ages gives members the opportunity to truly escape modern times. And since the requirement is that guests at events must wear an attempt at pre-17th century garb, it's always a good idea to learn how to make it!

The shire has many people who are happy to help with research of period clothing, fabrics and design, and folks who are also willing to teach basic sewing to those who are novices.

We have, among others, Saxons, Vikings, Normans, Celts, Britons, Elizabethon Britons, Renaissance Italians, Mongols, German landsknechts, Turks, Byzantine citizenry, Flemish, and many other s! And we have seen or know of folks who dress in full Aztec, Japanese and Chinese garb. If someone wore it between1000 and 1600, so does someone in the SCA!

Endewearde Tailor Group

The Endewearde Tailor group is a sewing group with regular meetings, the members of which work on a wide variety of garb and associated projects.

The Endewearde Tailors have an active newsgroup, which requires membership to post.

Endewearde Embroiderers

Queen's Favors hanging on a rack, photo Andrea SpragueEndewearde's Embroiderers promote the practice of needle crafts and fiber arts, and encourage people to try their hands at various embroidery and textile arts.

The Endewearde Embroiderers have an active newsgroup, which requires membership to post.

Fiber Arts

In the shire we have several skilled fiber artists who can guide wool from sheep to thread with ease and skill.


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