Tunica, bog dress, melea: one dress, three ways, four cultures

When:
July 16, 2019 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
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2019-07-16T21:00:00-04:00
Where:
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church
210 St Marys Rd, Hillsborough, NC 27278
USA

For folks wanting light weight garb for warm weather that’s easy to make and period appropriate for multiple cultures…come join us!

What to bring:
* A 1or 2 rectangles (3 yards or more, preferably not a print) of fabric (lightweight, breathable). If you’re interested in the north African option, 6 yards of 45 in wide or 5 yd of 60 in wide….again trim optional. No prints but, woven patterns like plaids or stripes can work.
Lights or white knits common for under pieces. Linen, cottons and saris for draping.

* Appropriate large pins or buttons or a set of broaches or penandulars

* Narrow trim is an option

* A sewing machine and thread is nice but, not essential

With belting (long sash, soft belt or trim) and accessories you have comfortable , attractive, acceptable summer garb.

Women in Rome, Greece, North Africa and Celts (and Nordic ladies) probably wore these with slight variations and different accessories.

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