Amazon Drygoods — Books, reproduction clothing and household accessories, shoes, toys, corsets, plus historic clothing and window treatment patterns.
Burnley and Trowbridge — Specializes in supplies for 17th thru early 19th century reenactors. Shoes; Linen, wool, fustian and cotton fabrics. Patterns for men, women & children: • Burnley & Trowbridge • Fashions Revisited • JP Ryan • Kannik’s Korner • Larkin & Smith • Laughing Moon • Mill Farm • Period Impression • Smoke & Fire.
Lavolta Press — Books on historical costuming which have patterns from original periodicals. From mid-19th century through early 20th century.
Lost Coast Historical Patterns — Patterns, costume supplies, and corset supplies. Large selection of historical patterns: Dawn Anderson Designs • Design and Planning Concepts • Truly Victorian • Laughing Moon • Folkwear • JP Ryan • Fig Leaf Patterns • Kay Fig • Hint of History • Margo Anderson’s Historic Costume Patterns • The Mantua-Maker • Past Patterns • La Fleur de Lyse • Lynn McMasters • Mill Farm Patterns • Tailor’s Guide • Sense and Sensibility Patterns • Rocking Horse Farm • Octagon Ladies Repository • Reconstructing History • Grainline Gear • June Colburn • Birch Street.
Pillaged Village, The — Medieval thru 17th century: Patterns, trim, agilets, clasps, frogs, buckles, pennanulars, jewelry. books, pre-made garb, etc. Geared toward re-enactors and SCA folks.
Quite Specific Media – Costume & Fashion Press — Costume and fashion books, including the new “Tudor Tailor”, “Costume in Detail”, “The Medieval Tailor’s Assistant”, Janet Arnold’s books, Alcega’s “Tailor’s Pattern Book 1589”, and more.
RL Shep books — Books on costume, textiles, etc. He carries a large selection of costuming books (the items on the website are rotated), so contact him to see if he has or can get a book that you want.
Tutu.Com — Custom made tutus. Their own line of books and patterns on dance costuming. Net & tulle, coutil, hooping, bones, notions, etc. Gives seminars around the US on making dance costumes.
Workwoman’s Guide, The — From the website: “This 1838 masterpiece of domestic instruction for the 19th-century homemaker is highly illustrated with patterns and drawings for hundreds of everyday apparel and household furnishings.”