Edyth Miller
(Late Medieval Tailoring)
Janis Hurst
Mount Orab, OH  
edyth {dot} janis {at} gmail {dot} com
Elevated by: Cellach II & Vukasin II
Date of elevation: 23 Sep, 2017
apprenticed to: Cellach mac Cormaic

There was a girl tailor in Flanders
Who often entraptured bystanders
With sewing advice
to make clothing nice
and fit to the curve that meanders.

I specialize in late medieval (14th and 15th century) tailoring (patterning, fitting, sewing, finishing, and related crafts such as weaving & braiding), and in garment research, most especially that of women in early 15th Century France. I have an interest and love of the female hat style known as the open hood. I also do embroidery with particular interest in German brick stitch techniques.

I prefer the title Master, but it's cool if you forget and call me Mistress instead.

To learn more about what I do, who I am, and to get to know me better, check out The Compleatly Dressed Anachronist. Drop me an email or find me on Facebook, and let's talk about your projects or questions!