The tunic may be the quintessential medieval garment. This garment, or something similar, was worn for over a thousand years in Europe. The "less material" option is a more historically accurate construction method, but the "fewer seams" patterns are easier to construct. Images are not mine and were found on the websites noted.
** GUIDE /OVERVIEW ON COMMON KNIT FABRICS (Brindille & Twig Blog) ** - Some Basics Facts on: Jersey, French Terry, Ribbing, Interlock, & Sweatshirt Fleece - What Each Fabric is Best-suited for, Typical Weight, A couple Facts on each Fabric, Right/Wrong Side Info, Grainline Info... - FYI: ELASTANE = Lycra or Spandex (<-- examples)... It is the Ingredient in Knit Fabric that makes it more stretchy!! ** Make sure Interlock contains Elastane in fabric blend for best stretch
UNDERSTANDING FABRIC WEIGHTS: Do you know what GSM stands for? Does choosing the correct fabric weight for your design leave you baffled? Check out this handy infographic to make understanding fabric weights a doddle! advice design ethical fabric gsm heavyweight help infographic lightweight mediumweight roundup sewing weight
il bikini anni cinquanta ~ there are a heap of FREE swimsuit and bikini patterns on this site with measurements.... you will need to be able to draught the pattern starting from your straight line and 0 point!!