Sort of the Grand Master List of All Internet Tutorials. Either by me, or links to other blogs with good, accurately researched tutorials, or period diagrams.
How to Scale Up a Diagram: Written by me, on how to use a grid diagram and scale it up by hand.
19th Century Ladies Magazine Archive: Seriously, the best thing ever!
500 AD Celtic-British Peplos: Even though not much is known about this time-frame, she has still managed to pull together some info on clothing, although some may be interpreted.
800 Anglo-Saxon Tunic
900 AD Viking Apron Dress
1146 Norman Outfit
Basic Tunic: Construction, and was apparently used up until 1250
1380 Man's Cotehardie
14th or 15th Century Supportive Dress (Kirtle)
15th Century Butterfly Hennin: Detailed description of the correct height ratio
1570-1580 Flemish Gored Kirtle: A supporting garment, using a different pattern that is modified.
Flemish Outfit: An overview of how to construct a 16th century Flemish Outfit
Elizabethan Stays: Very cool! The same exact shape as later 18th century stays. A completely custom pattern, by entering in your measurements!
Colonial Shortgown: For undress, or informal at-home wear.
Eighteenth century petticoat:
18th Century Muff: Base muff, with removable covers
18th Century Short Cloak: Super easy!
Bergere Straw Hat
Pocket Hoops: Another name for panniers, but a video tutorial instead.
Panniers: The title of the blog post is, "Quick Cheap Panniers that Don't Suck".
How-To Covered Buttons
How-To Double Puff Sleeves
Smooth-Fitting Sleeve: Drafting a sleeve pattern that fits smoothly into the armscye
Victorian Traveling Bag
Victorian Cooler Cover: Not period, but excellent to cover up a modern convenience!
Victorian Housewife: Cool idea, taken from several Godey's images.
Seamed Stockings: Covers late 18th century to 20th century
Regency Bodiced Petticoat
Regency Wrapped Turban
Regency Short Stays: Instructions on how to draft them
Regency Sleeveless Spencer: Not exactly a tutorial, but still informative.
Early 19th Century Reticule: A sort-of tutorial
Regency Fichu: Instructions for various, simple garments, which would probably extend to earlier years in which lower necklines were worn during the day.
Regency Poke Bonnet: Excellent tutorial, using an old straw hat cut apart for the brim.
1820-1840 Corset: Excellent pattern which is able to be printed off on regular-sized paper.
Knitted Mittens: Original pattern for Army, or 'Shooters' mittens, which have both a thumb and index finger (for pulling a trigger). Also a link to a modern pattern, which may be more easily interpreted.
The Sewing Academy: An excellent collection on how to draft patterns to fit you, ranging from 1840-1865, but can range into later years.
1860's Sunbonnet Tutorial: Quilted, vs. the slat bonnet tutorial above.
Mid- Nineteenth Century Winter Hood
1831-1865 Reticule Pattern: The pattern was originally published in 1831, but then republished in 1865
1830-1850 Corded Petticoat
1840's Wrapper: Not a perfect pattern, but instructions on how to change a basic bodice pattern to a wrapper.
1847 Knitted Muff: A good, revised pattern from The Lady's Workbook
1856 Knitted Stay Lace: Interesting, I had never heard of them! Fantastic for period laces, for either corsets or shoes.
1857 Corset: Taken directly from a diagram in Godey's, this may take a little experience in corsets due to the period instructions referring to various pieces in cryptic ways. Still a very good pattern!
1859 Knitted Talma Shawl Cape: A beautiful pattern, if you can decipher the instructions!
1859 Knitted Scarf Pattern
1859 Embroidered Reticule Pattern: Taken from Arthur's Home Magazine
Shetland Wool Shawl: No date on the period pattern, but definitely taken Petersons.
Mid-Victorian Corset Pattern: Interesting instructions on how to draft them yourself, the flat way.
1860 Knitted Sontag
1860's Swiss Waist: Scaled down pattern, and easily revised to whatever shape you like
1860's Apron Pattern
1860's Tiered Ruffled Skirt
1861 Crochet Purse
1861 Ladies' Wool Tie Pattern: Looks like a scarf, but labeled a 'tie'.
1862 Knitted Garters
1862 Knitted Sontag
1862 Princess Capote Hood: Not much in the way of instructions, but really cute!
1862 Red Riding Hood: A hood from Peterson's that looks more like a bonnet, with links to several other bloggers who made it.
1862 Ladies' Pocketbook Pattern: From Godeys
1864 Crocheted Ladies' Jacket: Page 290, from Petersons
1866 Crocheted Sontag
1870's Corset Drafting
1870's Skirt Tutorial: Excellent!
1880's Fan Shell Ribbon Trim
1880's Bustle Bodice: Pattern made, based on an original
1880's Bustle Bodice: Different than the above pattern
1880's Bustle Skirt
1880's Bustle Overskirt
Lobster Tail Bustle
Glove Tutorial: This entire website is dedicated to glove-making.
1910 Edwardian Blouse
1910 Straw Hat Re-Shaping: A tutorial on how to re-shape a straw hat.
1910 Brassiere Pattern
1911 Corset Sew-Along: A many-step post, but the link is the link to all the other posts.
1912 Gored Skirt
1915 Pleated Skirt: Basic instructions
Downton-esque 1-hour Dress: A pattern which will need scaling up, or just flat drafting using her measurements.
1928 Magic Dance Frock, Draped
The below link is not exactly for complete tutorials, as the pattern pieces aren't online, but if you have a pattern and are looking for construction technique tutorials, here it is! Scroll down just a little for the full list. http://thesewingacademy.org/index.php?topic=6577.0
1760's Men's Shirt
Regency Style Men's Shirt Pattern
1852 Men's Shirt Pattern: Also period advice on how to cut out multiple shirts at once and save fabric.
1858 Boy's Jacket Pattern: No instructions included, but it seems more self-explanatory than other period patterns.
Regency Hairstyle Links
Regency Diadems: Excellent!
Natural Form Era Hairstyles
All-Era Hairstyles: From a variety of years, ranging 1850-1915
Random Costuming Tutorial Links:
How-To Recover Books
How-To Rebind books in Faux Leather