Medieval Accessories - Headwear: St. Birgitta's Cap

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Cretan stitch as faggoting

The Cretan Stitch as useful as decorative faggoting when joining two pieces of fabric. It can add color, of if done in the same color as the fabric, will add understated elegance.

La crépine ou filet à cheveux - Cité d'Antan -- also to get the look required to fill out a Birgitta's cap?

La crépine ou filet à cheveux - Cité d'Antan -- also to get the look required to fill out a Birgitta's cap?

I’ve made a lot of basic St. Birgitta style caps without the embroidered band on the center seam of the cap, but finally decided to sit down and figure out the embroidered band recently. I ha…

Understanding the Herringbone Stitch on the St. Birgitta’s Coif

I’ve made a lot of basic St. Birgitta style caps without the embroidered band on the center seam of the cap, but finally decided to sit down and figure out the embroidered band recently.

Cap of St Birgitta: How to make

Cap of St Birgitta: How to make Good instructions, using adjusted Herringbone Embroidery stitch.

I’ve made a lot of basic St. Birgitta style caps without the embroidered band on the center seam of the cap, but finally decided to sit down and figure out the embroidered band recently. I ha…

Understanding the Herringbone Stitch on the St. Birgitta’s Coif

I’ve made a lot of basic St. Birgitta style caps without the embroidered band on the center seam of the cap, but finally decided to sit down and figure out the embroidered band recently.

St Birgitta Cap -- how to tutorial at this site

How to make a St. Birgitta Coif/Cap

Embroidered St. Birgittas cap - 12

Embroidered St. Birgittas cap

Outstanding tutorial for the simple sewing & slightly more complex faggoting & embroidery on the St. Beautifully done, outstanding tutorial by Katafalk (Cathrin Åhlén).

Carrying water, Tacuina Sanitatis, XIV secolo

Tacuina sanitatis (XIV century) acqua dolce,The Tacuinum (sometimes Taccuinum) Sanitatis is a medieval handbook on wellness, based on the Taqwin al‑sihha تقوين الصحة ("Tables of Health"), an eleventh-century Arab medical treatise by Ibn Butlan of Baghdad.

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