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Medieval Garb - Embellishment


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Medieval Garb - Embellishment

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Philip IV the Fair of France (1268 - 1314) 21st GGF

Richard Tonsing's and Margaret Bernard's Family Trees - Person Page 390

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1300-1350. Detail of the Cope of Pius II. The Cope was donated to Pope Piccolomini at Pienza Cathedral in 1462. Currently in the Diocesan Museum, Pienza.

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Lancelot du Lac (Belgique, Hainaut, XIVe siècle), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Fr.122, f°146, « Guenièvre et Bohort l’Essilié ». DOSSIER ICONOGRAPHIQUE

DOSSIER ICONOGRAPHIQUE

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843.3 Hampton Court 2-3/16" (57mm)

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Garb for a 12th Century Lady

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Garb for a 12th Century Lady

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12_3.jpg (280×334) Border of brocade attached to petticoat. Common period practice, it appears you have a lot fancier clothing than you can really afford and you don't waste expensive fabric where no one can see.

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A Female Saint, possibly St. Margaret, Pietro Lorenzetti (1306-1348) Musee de Tesse, Le Mans, France

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It's stem, and chain with satin stitch over the bottom of the yoke.

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The red Pisa dress, seen from different angles. #1. Main info on this at aneafiles.webs.co...

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De-Bling-ification: working with metallic trims for authentic looking gowns

American Duchess: Going Baroque: De-Bling-ification

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14th c. MMA. Check out the hem!

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Manuscript Bodmer 78 Historia destructionis Troiae Folio 28r Dating 1370 From Venice, Italy Holding Institution Fondatio...

Fashionably Medieval: Bodmer 78 Historia destructionis Troiae

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Super Simple embroidery technique, just a chain stitch with either a running or couching stitch to outline. Neato!

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Le Roman de la Rose (University of Chicago Library ), c. 1365

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Closeup of sleeve. Madder dyed silk embroidery thread and small pearls.

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SCA Garb - Attaching trim to a neckline. I don't know why I have such a hard time with this...

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This would be a great pattern to use on the under gown I'm embroidering.

Machine Embroidery for Garb - Yarn Couching

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Running Stitch created this beautiful embroidery.

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portuguese border stitch

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Sleeve detail

Badass Garb > Home

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Plaque from a Reliquary Shrine Date: ca. 1186 Geography: Made in Cologne, Germany Culture: German. Embroidery inspiration?

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Simple design but well executed.

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Keyhole neckline - really like the facing and trim. From Gwen Erin Natural Fibers blog.

Blog | gwen erin natural fibers - Part 27

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Idea for embroidery placement. (The Hall of Heorot: Archive - Oct 2, 2012)

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