Norse style tunic. "Archaeological Sewing" website. The edges are first finished with a single fold and a whip stitch. Then the individual pieces are whip stitched together

Norse Style Tunic - Tunic patterning based on some Greenland finds. The edges are first finished with a single fold and a whip stitch. Then the individual pieces are whip stitched together.

Lovely green wool cotehardie

A Green Medieval Cote

linked for fabric colors Lovely green wool cotehardie. Link has photos of various stages of construction

Photo of reconstruction of Haithabu smokkr

Hilde Thunem's recreated apron dress or "smokkr", based upon the Hedeby find. Note that she has deliberately made the back of the dress longer than the front, in light of the "train" effect shown in period art.

Tutorial: Supportive Kirtle

Want to make a pretty and supportive kirtle for your reenactment needs? (Actually, please do further, multiple sources for information is totally a thing…

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