Most of my patterns lists are for named characters, but it was suggested that I do a list of Renaissance and Medieval patterns, and I am too much of an art history lover not to follow through on this.
I was surprised at how many patterns exist for these periods!
Carpatina Medieval Wedding Dress
Fashioned by Rebecca Regal Maiden
Jinjia Mixed Goods FREE Fantasy Adventure Dress and Accessories
Melody Valerie Couture Ivy Cape
Lee and Pearl Medieval Lady's Wardrobe
Mother of Nine Circular Cape
Read Creations Medieval Cape
Read Creations Medieval Dress
Carpatina Tudor Style Tunic
Lee and Pearl Pirates Patriots and Princes (with a little tweaking)
Read Creations 3-Looks-in-One Tudor Ensemble
Read Creations Tudor Jewelry
Swish and Swirl Catherine Howard Gown
Thimbles and Acorns Hampton Court Gown
Thimbles and Acorns Side Laced Kirtle
Wren*Feathers Princess Costumes Patterns (includes a Renaissance dress)
There is also Simplicity Pattern 1134.
Simplicity 1392 might be usable as well.
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