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This adds [[gores]] and [[gussets]] to the pattern, meaning the pieces can be cut tighter around the body, but you can still move and even fight or dance in the garment.
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Of course t-tunics can be as complicated as you want them to be, and can fit quite tightly.  But even the more interesting [[t-tunic]]s from the middle [[medieval]] [[period]] ([[12th century|12]]-[[14th century|14th]] C) are simpler to picture for people with good spatial skills than late period [[garb]] - it's still just rectangles and triangles, just more of them.
T-tunics are extremely economic on [[fabric]] usage.  If you can get 150cm wide [[fabric]], normally twice the desired length of the tunic plus half-a-metre will give you a good tunic.

Latest revision as of 13:52, 18 September 2008

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