After all of the previous, I have determined that I need to set-up a 'project' list as I figure out all the various things I likely need as well as continue them in a sort of diary mind-set to pass on the information I find as I go. Many others have done this and I know that from reading what they've written, it will not be easy to get the same information passed on to anyone else in a clearer manner myself, but I will make attempts now and then.
Therefore, let's start with what I'm working on now. I'm working on what I've been able to determine is called a 'steuchlein'. It's the veil that goes over the wulsthaube (or wulst). They come in various styles from what I can tell, but my goal is for something like the following:
What I would ultimately like to do is recreate that outfit in its entirety. Therefore, we have
1) the steuchlein
2) wulsthaube, since she's likely wearing a wulst under the steuchlein
3) a schaub, the overcoat of sorts
4) a kleid (dress/clothing or kirtle which appears to be the term being used) including the pleats that are over the tummy and in the same place on the back. One lady has called them 'pregnancy pleats' which makes a lot of sense
5) a hemd (shirt, chemise, smock, etc)
6) the gurtil (belt) around her waist that holds bags or can simply be decorative
7) There is something around her neck that is indeterminate, but it's been in a few of the images that I have found. It could be attached to the hemd, which seems quite possible, as well as it could be a completely separate piece. I have found one image where that decorative piece around her neck is shown 'outside' the dress, not from under it, which others show. Therefore, that one seems to show that it may not have been a solid piece with the hemd, but I am way too early in research to determine something like that.
8) the fringe, though she doesn't sport the typical fringe worn with this style, I'm going to make one to go with everyday wear anyway. Normally it's worn at the back of the head likely to cover any loose hairs that are at the nape of the neck. If I find out the significance, I'll mention it. This fringe is also worn without the steuchlein and wulsthaube.
9) hose (not shown here)
10) poulaines [not shown here] (or shoes), their rather pointy toed shoes that ride just below the ankle.
11) pattens, wooden platforms for the poulaines, a way to keep them out of mud and provide a level of support
12) unterhosen, yes, I've seen them in period pieces from the 15th century, rare though they might be, so I'm making some, cause it would simply be weird not to. <http://cadieux.mediumaevum.com/schilling-undies.html>
13) a bag of some sort to carry things