Sykes Sutlery

Early patterns from La Fleur de Lyse are somewhat earlier then most of my stock but are an excellent product and well worth the cost.

Medieval Patterns

These patterns are simple to work with and produce a solid product by all accounts. I have not worked with them but they have been comented on favorably by those who have purchased them and the maker has been involved in French Colonial living history for quite a while.

Medieval Accessories
Men and Women
11th to 15th Century
Hood (3 periods)
Short and long braies
Men and women hoses
Purse (2 styles),
Instructions for garters

Pattern MAA1101 – $23.50

 Women of Medieval Romanesque Period
Years 1060 & 1150
Chainse (chemise)
Cotte (tunic)
Bliaut (over-tunic) in two lengths with 3 styles of sleeves and neck openings
Instructions for mantle (cape), circlet, wimple and veils

Pattern MAA1001 – $23.50

 Men of Medieval Romanesque Period
Years 1060 & 1150
Chainse (shirt)
Cotte (tunic)
Bliaut (over-tunic)
Fretes (crossed gartering)
Coif (cap)
Instructions for mantle (cape), circlet (crown)

Pattern MAA1002 – $23.50

Medieval Children

Years 1060, 1150, 1240 & 1320

MAE1215 includes: What you need to make nobles’ or peasants’ sets of clothes for children over 3 years old, boys and girls.

Historical notes
about fabrics, colours, trims, sewing stitches, hairstyling and trims
and the way to wear the clothes according to the children’s age.

Pattern MAE1215 – $23.50