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A 16th century outfit for a four year old girlBy Fru Aleydis/Eva Andersson

A century outfit for a four year old girlBy Fru Aleydis/Eva Andersson

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Elizabethan/Flemish Middle Class brown fitted gown and kirtle. Based on the Tudor Tailor patterns.

photo: Gar Travis

photo: Gar Travis

Medieval children

Medieval children

upper class baby girl

upper class baby girl (look at dat cutie!

by Philippa Montague.  3 years later the hem of the original dress was let down and guards attached, making the costume last longer, since kids generally grow up rather than out

Dressing children in the SCA. Tiny versions of adult clothes for children, it's interesting to see how the shapes shift

Landsknecht and daughter from Actions in the Lowe Countries reenactment event - Photo by Howard Gold

Claudia Laughter & bairn, via FB

Xanthe in florentine dress

Xanthe in florentine dress

Yellow cotton dress with shirt and coif.

medieval baby costume for Gracie!

ca. 1610 #kids #garb, silk satin...or perhaps this

1610 teeny tiny little silk satin Elizabethen

Xanthe in Spanish frock

Xanthe in Spanish frock

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century baby/toddler garb By Fru Aleydis/Eva Andersson

Little Gypsy ~ St. Louis Renaissance Faire ~ 2010

omg SO cute medieval kid

Renaissance Faire on Flickr

Renaissance Faire Has everything there. long skirt vest and on outer dress, Nichole she kinda looks like an older. This sweet little moppit seems to enjoy playing her role

Scarborough Fair Renaissance Festival little girls dress kids costume

Scarborough Fair Renaissance Festival little girls dress kids costume (baby goldfish costume)

1540s middleclass girl's costume made for education sessions at the Tower of London. Based on female figures depicted in the c18th copy of the c16th engraving of the Coronation of Edward VI, at Cowdray House.

middleclass girl's costume made for education sessions at the Tower of London. Based on female figures depicted in the copy of the engraving of the Coronation of Edward VI, at Cowdray House.

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