Thursday, November 14, 2013

16th Century Clothing on Facebook

It seems like many people are connecting and sharing information through Facebook. This includes a wide range of historical clothing enthusiasts. Join in the conversation and look at some of these pages and groups!

The Official Tudor Tailor Facebook Page
The amazing ladies at the Tudor Tailor are ready to help with questions from the public. They also post photos of on going projects and research.

German Renaissance Blog's Facebook Page
Genoveva is an amazing researcher with lots of knowledge of 16th century Germany.

Realm of Venus Facebook Page
Want to know what is going on with realmofvenus.renaissanceitaly.net ? Bella posts information about her challenges and updates on this Facebook page.

16th Century Italian Workshop
This group was originally started by a group of women making clothing for an event in Arizona, and now has grown into a great place to share research and ask questions.

Historic Hand Embroidery
This group covers many different time periods and if full of people who would love to see your projects. The many knowledgeable members are also happy to help with questions.

Elizabethan Costume
This group recently had its 5 year anniversary and is constantly buzzing with activity. One of the largest 16th century specific groups on Facebook there are a wide variety of members with different skill and research. Ask the question that has you stumped or share your work.

Atenveldt Artisans and Scientists
This is a forum for members of the SCA in Arizona. Members create albums of their work as well as sharing handouts and information.

The Treasury
This is the Facebook Page for an SCA jewelry store. Irene does custom work and makes wonderful dressing pins. Keep your eyes open for information about new and restocked items on her page.