From The Page (March, 1986):
The Province of Southern Shores will sponsor two costume workshops on March 1 and March 15. Learn to sew or help someone else learn to sew. Kathe Willig von Mainz, Siobhan of Cloverdell and Airanne of Grandsea will help you design or draft a pattern from a picture, pick a new pattern from what patterns are gathered, or help you work on your garb.
There will be many costume patterns available including coifs, tunics, shirts, pants for fighters, circle dresses, sideless surcotes, Elizabethan and Tudor patterns for head gear, foot gear, cloaks, belly dancing costumes, belts and pouches.
Many sewing machines will be available (including an industrial machine with which leather can be sewn), but bring your own if you like.
If you are interested in getting garb made before the tourney season begins, plan to attend, Saturday, March 1 and 15, starting after 10 a.m., (address omitted). For Directions, call (phone omitted).
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
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