The allure of the Renaissance Faire has captivated hearts for generations. These enchanting events transport us to a bygone era filled with chivalry, artistry, and a hint of magic. For me, the Renaissance Faire has always held a special place in my heart. Growing up in Texas, I was fortunate to have a huge one located nearby. Though I could only attend a few times, each visit left me wonderful memories.
Living in Washington, I like to visit the Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire, previously held in Bonney Lake, which is now even more convenient in Monroe.
One of the most rewarding aspects of attending a Renaissance Faire is the opportunity to dress the part. Wearing period-inspired costumes enhances the overall experience, allowing attendees to fully immerse themselves in the spirit of the era. Over time, my love for Renaissance Faires and passion for crafting intersected, leading me to create unique patterns for Renaissance items that could be used as part of a costume.
I have created a simple pattern for a no-sew flower garland crown. Easy to make and wonderful for adding to a fairy costume.
These crochet bags work great for a variety of costumes since they can look like dragon eggs, mermaid scales, or leaves. They also make a great way to hide your cell phone.
Let me know if you make any of these. I would love to see how they turn out for you.
More free patterns can be found here too: