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Lovely green wool cotehardie. Link has photos of various stages of construction

A Green Medieval Cote

Wülsthaube & Stuchlein   Make a roll; I have stitched a rectangular piece in the front, with two strings that I tie in the back (to prevent it from slipping, helps the weight, prevent getting discolored from my hair etc). The roll is stuffed with pillow stuffing since it's makes it light and very washable. Make a veil/Stuchlein as a half circle (the measure is based on how big your wülst/roll is, how much you need to tie it in the back etc).  Tie it in the back, pin it in the back, and add…

Wülsthaube & Stuchlein Make a roll; I have stitched a rectangular piece in the front, with two strings that I tie in the back (to prevent it from slipping, helps the weight, prevent getting discolored from my hair etc). The roll is stuffed with pillow stuffing since it's makes it light and very washable. Make a veil/Stuchlein as a half circle (the measure is based on how big your wülst/roll is, how much you need to tie it in the back etc). Tie it in the back, pin it in the back, and add…

Corsage-Vest Wool, red

Miederweste Wolle, rot

Overlay Skirt for Costume - Lots of Colors - Renaissance Faire - Pirate Wench - Handmade

Overlay Skirt for Costume - Lots of Colors - Renaissance Faire - Pirate Wench - Handmade

Overlay Skirt for Costume - Lots of Colors - Renaissance Faire - Pirate Wench - Handmade literally a square

Cotehardie - Bonus: It's the same gown as Miranda's wearing in the Tempest painting by John William Waterhouse

Cotehardie - Bonus: It's the same gown as Miranda's wearing in the Tempest painting by John William Waterhouse

This is really quite cool, how the entire dress is cut out of that one rectangle, with no wasted pieces. ARTICLE: "Later Anglo-Saxon Dress", including construction instructions.

This is really quite cool, how the entire dress is cut out of that one rectangle, with no wasted pieces. ARTICLE: "Later Anglo-Saxon Dress", including construction instructions.