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Tailored & cut fabric packs to sew your own medieval/LARP clothing
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    1. A. Riedel on

      Alright and thanks!
      Will do.

    2. Dennis vdM 3-time creator on

      @ A. Riedel,
      In order for us to get your measurements as correct as possible, it would be best to provide us with the measurements of the questionnaire as well as the measurements that we ask separately for the hosen. Your total body length and seat circumference, for instance, are definitely important for getting the hosen right.

      Our Kickstarter items focus on upper body garments. That is why in the questionnaire we ask for your upper body measurements. The only non-upper body item (besides underwear) are the hosen. Only for the hosen we will send a separate how to measure guide.

      You can answer the questionnaire for you and your wife like this: "him: 108, her: 87". If you believe that becomes too complicated or messy, you can also send me all information through the Kickstarter message system. In cases like yours, involving multiple people's measurements, that's probably easier.

      Did I answer your questions? Can I help you with anything else? :)

    3. A. Riedel on

      Very cool, that you will make even better fitting garments.

      I got an email with a link to kickstarter asking for my address and a set of measurements probably for the woolen hose (which was the initial package I selected). But it also says that the hose requires further measurements. Do you need both?
      Also, what about the other garments i've selected (just not on Kickstarter since that wasn't possible), do we get separate how-to-measure guides for every item? Especially since I bought items for me and my wive..

    4. elonweis on

      I’m very excited to read this update! The changes look great. Thank you so much for your hard work and dedication to delivering us a wonderful product. Just reading this makes me excited, all over again, to get sewing.