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About The Leine

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Links About The Leine

  • Post 5615 from the SCA-Garb mailing list archive
    (You will need to signup for this group to read the archives)

    Kass McGann
  • Instructions on putting the leine together

    Meghan Paget
  • many photos of leinte. Mostly current but some redrawings

    Meghan Paget
  • This page no longer has a pattern for a leine, as the original apparently used pleated sleeves and the author has changed her mind on how leinte are made

    Sharon L. Krossa
  • Discusses where the myth that the top of the leine's sleeve should be gathered or pleated came from.

    Kass McGann
  • A description of the Kilcommon Costume, and an overview of how to make it

    Kass McGann
  • Description of the leine, including primary sources.

    Matthew A. C. Newsome
  • Details of the few primary sources for women's leine

    Kass McGann

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What is this? This is The Garbindex - a guide to making garb for recreationists (ie how to sew clothes that will make you look genuinely medieval, when 'playing' with such groups as the SCA, doing LARP - or even making something really genuine for drama.)

Use these resources to find resources that will help you create clothing that looks great - and real!

 
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