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    I've been noticing an increase in garbs inspired by Indian and Arabic culture. Does anyone out there have any patterns or examples?

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    If I'm picturing what you mean, you might try www.holyclothing.com for some ideas. They have skirts, full pants that look like skirts, dresses, tops, etc... I own quite a few pieces but haven't used any as garb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buxom Wench View Post
    If I'm picturing what you mean, you might try www.holyclothing.com for some ideas. They have skirts, full pants that look like skirts, dresses, tops, etc... I own quite a few pieces but haven't used any as garb.
    I've seen them before. Their stuff is nice and I could see using some of it, but it still feels largly European and Renaissance inspired. I'm looking for things more like middle eastern (Arabic, Persian, Indian) inspired or asia (China, Japan, Korea). Especially if anyone can find patterns for plus size women. My wife got a pattern for a ghawazee coat and it's lovely on her but like 3 sizes too small for me so I'm working on fixing that.

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    Default Re: Non-European Garb

    You can also try Folkwear Patterns. They used to have more of a selection of patterns in the Arabic style than they do now. Also here: http://store.reconstructinghistory.c...s/eastern.html


    You will find a nice selection of patterns for men and women there and RH patterns are pretty easy to work with.
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