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    Medieval Patterns and Stitches


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    Medieval Patterns and Stitches

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    Leena's.com: PatternMaker Tutorial Web Site

    Leena's.com: PatternMaker Tutorial Web Site

    leenas.com

    Draft Your Own Pattern for Pants that Fit - Threads

    Draft Your Own Pattern for Pants that Fit - Threads

    threadsmagazine.com

    Persian fitted coat

    Dar Anahita: Rashid's Patterns

    home.earthlink.net

    Corded petticoat. I'll have to read thru this and learn more about the why's and wherefores of cording.

    The Laced Angel: Making a Corded Petticoat

    thelacedangel.blogspot.it

    How to build raised garden bed

    25 DIY Garden Projects Anyone Can Make - Craftionary

    craftionary.net

    A great tutorial for hand sewn stitches...especially good with felt!

    A great tutorial for hand sewn stitches

    fairyfox.wordpress.com

    SCA garb - Cutting layout for six-gore gown

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    Sketch of the speculative design for a Viking-age coat or caftan, my blog shows the construction and finished version of the coat.

    Basketweave linen Viking coat

    dawnsdressdiary.wordpress.com

    gomlek/kamis pattern

    Linda's Kamis Pattern

    island.net

    Spiral Lacing—Why and how to do it on 14th century clothing - La cotte simple

    Spiral Lacing—Why and how to do it on 14th century clothing - La cotte simple

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    Pattern based on a find in Herjolfsnes, Greenland, dating to the late 14th century. Most likely loose-fitting.

    Patterns of extant garments - Undergowns, Herjolfsnes no.38

    kostym.cz

    Pattern based on a woman's gown from Herjolfsnes, Greenland, dating to the late 14th century.

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    Proposed pattern based on the Irish Moy Bog Gown, an extant piece that most likely was made between the 14th and 17th centuries.

    Patterns of extant garments - Undergowns, A womens gown from Mog bog

    kostym.cz

    Cotehardies from Greenland Gowns - Constructing the Garment - Dame Helen's Library. A series of pages going through the steps of making a cotehardie.

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    « Cy commence le livre de Valerius Maximus, translaté de latin en francois par religieuse personne maistre Simon de Hesdin, maistre en theologie et fresre de Sainct Jehan de Jherusalem », jusqu'au VIIe livre, et de là jusqu'à la fin par « Nicolas de Gonnesse, maistre es ars et en theologie »

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    Viking-era clothing, men and women. Lots of great information.

    Clothing in the Viking Age

    hurstwic.org

    My SCA Garb: Kirtle Pattern Class Handout

    My SCA Garb: Kirtle Pattern Class Handout

    myscagarb.blogspot.com

    Excellent sewing description... would do the sleeves as a separate item.

    CONVIVIAL CRAFTER: New Viking Dresses- a diary

    convivialcrafter.blogspot.com

    Cutting Layout

    Viking Apron Dress by Vigd�s

    viking.snapshotstacy.com

    Vandyke stitch seam treatment

    Research Dumping Grounds

    research.fibergeek.com

    under dress details

    A Black Side Laced Kirtle… | A Widow's Art

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    Great Cotehardie idea

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    Thread Buttons The most basic thread button was simply a coil of thread which was bound with buttonhole stitches, and to which a thread shank was ultimately attached – and all done with a single length of linen thread!

    A Shirt Tale | Pegs and 'Tails

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    Buttons on Farsetto di Pandolfo III Malatesta

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