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Medieval Patterns and Stitches

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A Black Side Laced Kirtle… | A Widow's Art

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Thread Buttons The most basic thread button was simply a coil of thread which was bound with buttonhole stitches, and to which a thread shank was ultimately attached – and all done with a single length of linen thread!

A Shirt Tale | Pegs and 'Tails

pegsandtails.wordpress.com

Gusseted sca pants patterns

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Katafalk using filler threads when sewing down the seam allowances. They protects the open edge of the fabric and keeps it from fraying and it also looks really pretty and neat. This is a technique found of the garments from Greenland and is described in “Woven into the Earth” by Else Østergård

kantvävning | Katafalk - Cathrin Åhlén

katafalk.wordpress.com

Kirtle how to. From an SCA workshop.

My SCA Garb: Kirtle Pattern Class Handout

myscagarb.blogspot.com

A million garb patterns by someone who understands how to make patterns.

Patterns + Tutorials by eqos on deviantART

eqos.deviantart.com

quick and easy latchet-shoes (pattern)

How to make armour: Making a Coif - Medieval Padded Arming Cap

How to make armour: Making a Coif - Medieval Padded Arming Cap

howtomakearmour.blogspot.com

If the fabric is too heavy for the Magic Placket, Pam Erny comes to the rescue again with the two-piece placket. Classic Sleeve Placket Off The Cuff ~Sewing Style~: Classic Sleeve Placket

Off The Cuff ~Sewing Style~: Classic Sleeve Placket

off-the-cuff-style.blogspot.co.nz

The Sideless Surcote By Lady Jehanne de Wodeford - really well explained + cutting advice for different figures

The Sideless Surcote By Lady Jehanne de Wodeford

wodefordhall.com

A Stitch In Time-Blog by a medieval archaeologist specializing in garment reconstruction and historic tailoring techniques.

double pouched sleeve