Charles de Blois pourpoint pattern and customer photos

In 2009 I developed a commercial pattern for recreating the pourpoint of Charles de Blois, the beautiful padded and quilted man’s jacket dated to the 1360s in France. The first small print run sold out, but now the pattern can be purchased from in spiral-bound book form. Here are a few excerpts from the pattern book, as well as images of customers who’ve used the pattern to make their own garment. Click any of the thumbnails below to browse the gallery. When viewing the gallery, hover over the left or right side of the screen to see Forward and Back arrows. There is an x in the upper left corner to close the gallery.


  1. […] Finishing the Charles de Blois arming pourpoint I am sewing for my husband from Tasha Dandelion Kelly’s Pattern. […]

  2. […] pattern I actually used was modified from a pourpoint pattern by Tasha Dandelion Kelly. I wanted a simple tunic to wear under the more proper pourpoint I made for longsword use. I like […]

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