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New Article: The Tailoring of the Pourpoint of King Chaarles VI Revealed by Tasha D. Kelly


Hey everyone,

It's been almost two months since I've added new content to the site. I have been crazy busy both in the SCA running the reign of the current King and Queen as well as outside the SCA buying a new house, moving, starting a new job and vacation. I promise I won't be gone this long again.


I have added an awesome to new article by Tasha D. Kelly to the articles section of the website: The Tailoring of the Pourpoint of King Charles VI Revealed. While this garment is late 14th century, it provides incredibly valuable insight in to the construction and tailoring of garments from the 15th century as well. I found this to be incredibly valuable. I couldn't wait to share it


Check out the Articles section to read it

Thanks,

Chuck


1 Comment to New Article: The Tailoring of the Pourpoint of King Chaarles VI Revealed by Tasha D. Kelly:

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