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Medieval Patterns and Stitches

Setting a Gore with Elizabethan Seams | The Compleatly Dressed Anachronist

Shaping a kirtle

The main component of an early medieval Slavic costume (both Empire and at arm) consisted of a Soroskha (= shirt), both men and women. In the female costume, it was a boden-/ ankle-length underwear made ​​of linen, often with long sleeves. About a dress with the same average over a Soroskha was a Rubakha (often wool). (German Website)

SCA Garb - Attaching trim to a neckline

How to Sew a Chemise Really, Really Fast. Square necked chemise

PANTS! All of the pants, all of the time. Excellent article documenting several different varieties of pants in the Viking Age.

Tutorial - how to measure, cut and sew a hose. In German, but pictures speak louder than words

How Much To Plant To Feed Your Family

13th century surcoat

Sunnfjord hood - Early Medieval, Norway

Blackwork design by Alicia Paulson.. WOW

How to embroider leaves

Sewing Secrets: 10 Stitches to Build Your Hand Embroidery Skills by Coats and Clark

Not that I hand sew ANYTHING, but this is a really neat embroidery stitch!

hand made button hole technique... easier than you think!

"Points That Make Up Good Fit": a 1940s guide to proper fit. | WeSewRetro