FancyFeather.com — Feathers and feathered accessories, plus ostrich shells and leather. Business owned by former Ostriches Online employee.
Gaukler Medieval Wares — (Canada) Handmade celtic, dark ages, medieval, Roman and Byzantine jewelry & metalwork.
Gina B. Silkworks — Tools & supplies to make buttons, laces, tassels, and more. There are also some “how to” articles on rosettes, lace insertion, etc. Gina Barrett & Elizabeth Benns have published a book called “Tak v Bowes Departed”, which is taken from a 15th century manuscript on making braids.
Military Heritage — Reproduction military accessories: swords, helmets, belts & buckles, muskets, military braid, wool melton fabric, and more.
Najecki Reproductions — Revolutionary War reproductions: hats, shoes, accessories, fabric, trim, and more.
Nehelenia PatternsUpdated! — Located in Germany. Carries patterns, accessories, millinery supplies, corset kits, and more. A very wide range of historical patterns by: Rocking Horse Farm • Period Impressions • Reconstructing History • Wingeo • Northern Society of Costume and Textiles • Truly Victorian • Recollections of J.P. Ryan • La Fleur de Lyse • Past Patterns • Margo Anderson • Buckaroo Bobbins • Laughing Moon • Kanniks Korner • Eva Dress • Fig Leaf • Eagle View • Smoke & Fire • Mill Farm • Arts &. Metiers • Sajou • Pattern Studio • Folkwear • Patterns of History • Mara Riley • Ageless Patterns • Scottish Patterns • Country Wives
Will Shaw & Son, Leather Workers — Specializes in “re-creating historic artifacts of various time eras for historic sites, living historians, and serious collectors.” Not much on the website, but has some lovely examples of kegs copied from the “Mary Rose”.
Wm. Gatliff & Co. — Items for “the 18th century traveler & sportsman.” Period fishing kits, fire steels, kettles, horn spoon, and more.
Wooded Hamlet — Carries all-natural fiber trims: silk ribbon, braids, twill tape, hemp cord, bobbin lace, buttons, and more; boning; and needlework tools. Now carries cage crinoline kits (!!).