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birka hat type A findings, I think

Birka Bag Replica, bought at Trondheim Market. 9th, 10th century? Based on this find:

Raymond's Quiet Press VB-35 Hat End - from the Historika Museum in Sweden $17.95 2" long with 1 1/8" opening (5, 2.7 cm)

Great Norse ensemble. No other outerwear than the hat, missing a caftan. A lighter cap would have been worn indoors (like Jorvik cap)

Gottfried Kilianus posts these instructions for a Landsknecht Tellerbrettbarret (German Renaissance hat) on Flicker.

Viking hat (Birka cap) 4 piece cap. Recently I worked on a Viking cap or a 4 panel Birka cap for a friend. I wish I would have taken more pictures but I have a few below. The cap itself is made of black wool with a linen lining. The decorative stitching on the cap is a wool and cotton/linen blend. I used a double herringbone stitch with red and gold yarn/floss and a white wool yarn as an added stitch overlapping the herringbone stitch.

Medieval Hat for SCA custom made hat ©Chickoteria 2012

Trossfrau hat Landsknecht 16th century Renaissance by PimpYourGarb