Medieval underdress/cotehardie sleeves help, please? - CLOTHING

Medieval underdress/cotehardie sleeves help, please? - CLOTHING - I'm in the process of making a cotehardie and an underdress for it, and can not for the life of me find a sleeve tutorial for the underdress that

Surcot für Selinde?

Mediaeval or rather viking like Surcot made of heavy fir-tree green linen (damn expensive stuff). Dark brown passament all around the dress. Surcot I.

Schlichtes Kleid für Volk und Adel, Schleier deutet auf unverheiratete Adelige hin, Gut zu erkennen ist der hübsche Almosenbeutel.

German Lady 1250 dressed in linen shirt, silk cotte and woolen upper dress was inspired by statues in Magdeburg cathedral (ca Picture on the left is showing quitte simple version of head dress

Middle Ages Dress by ~HEXEnART on deviantART don't really like it i think it's a dress for peasants...but the flowers in that background are nice in the back.

Middle Ages Dress by ~HEXEnART on deviantART don't really like it i think it's a dress for peasants.but the flowers in that background are nice in the back.

A kirtle from the second half of the fifteenth century; laced at the front. Separated bodice is constructed from four parts; the skirt has the shape of a circle. The dress is short-sleeved; the additional sleeves are attached with brass pins.

A kirtle from the second half of the fifteenth century; laced at the front. Separated bodice is constructed from four parts; the skirt has the shape of a circle. The dress is short-sleeved; the additional sleeves are attached with brass pins.

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