The Tudor Child
provides a social history of babies and children from the late fifteenth century of the Jacobean era, drawing on brand new research into primary sources such as ordinary people's wills, household accounts and a survey of more than a thousand contemporary swaddling infants, boys in skirts and stiffed bodies for young girls.
The team responsible for the The Tudor Tailor
has devised 40 detailed patterns with step-by-step instructions for making garments for infants, and small children and youths (from newborns to 12-year-olds).
The book is illustrated with sumptuous reproduction of paintings from museum collections, specially commissioned photographs of reconstructed garments, and detailed drawings and diagrams showing styles appropriate to different ranks and eras from 1485 to 1625.
This is an essential guide for students of sixteenth century dress and an asset to anyone interested in accurately reproducing clothing of the era.
160 full-color pages , 80 illustrations, line drawings, plus 40 patterns with step-by-step instruction for recreating 12 complete sets of clothes with headwear, plus additional instructions for knitted items including stockings, caps, and mittens.Ninya Mikhaila
has been making reproduction historical costumes since 1988. She established her business in 1994 after gaining a Higher National Diploma in Costume Interpretation at the London College of Fashion. She has been the principal maker for JMD&Co since then. Her other clients include the Royal Armouries, Historic Royal Palaces, The National Trust, English Heritage and The National Archives.Jane Malcolm-Davies
is director of JMD&Co, a live interpretation consultancy. She managed costumed interpretation at Hampton Court Palace from 1992 to 2004 and was lecturer in leisure management at the University of Surrey, where she gained her doctorate in heritage interpretation, until 2005. Her current work includes training front-of-house staff for historic properties, including Buckingham Palace. Jane also undertakes interpretation, evaluation and other visitor studies for heritage organisations such as The National Trust and Historic Scotland.