This dress was made by Elisabeth Amnegard-Fisher of Nine Ladies Design I'm curious about her sources/inspiration. (Bespoke 14th century medieval re-enactment gown.)

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Recreation: 10-gore cotehardie, early 14th century. Swedish language website.

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15th Century Women's Turban - 16" x 86" 1. Place center seam of turban over middle of forehead, crossing long ends at the nape of the neck. 2. Twist each tail tightly into a coiled rope. 3. When long enough, cross at the front of your head. 4. Continue twisting, wrapping & crossing. 5. Tuck ends & pin if needed.

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Swiss over dress. I want to make a shorter fleece version of this with a higher lace-up front for a snuggly, romantic winter house robe.

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ew 14th century civilian men's clothing, entirely hand sewn with linen thread. Chausses, tunic, hood, and hat made of wool. Tunic dyed with onion skins, chausses and hood dyed with madder root. The tunic is based on the 14th century "Bocksten Man" tunic from Sweden, the hat is loosely based on one in the Luttrell Psalter. New pouch made of vegetable tanned cowhide based on those in "Purses in Pieces" by Olaf Goubitz.

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Sideless Surcote—A woman's over-gown cut away at the sides from under the arms to the hips to show the cote-hardie or kirtle underneath; it was usually worn with a plastron at the front of the figure. It remained as a ceremonial dress for women during the latter of this period.

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