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Magd mit Kittel, Kopftuch, Schürze und Cappa (besonders hier ist, dass diese hinten deutlich länger ist, als vorne)

Magd mit Kittel, Kopftuch, Schürze und Cappa (besonders hier ist, dass diese hinten deutlich länger ist, als vorne)

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If I looked like this in my Medieval garb I wouldn't wear Renaissance garb to SCA events so much.this photo is lovely, and makes the outfit lovely.

Costume is inspired by Codex Mannese (1300-1320). Cloak is made of orange silk green wool underlaid. Clothing is fastened by two brass fibulas connected by silk tie. Also, at some point I want a cloak in this style.

Costume is inspired by Codex Mannese Cloak is made of orange silk green wool underlaid. Clothing is fastened by two brass fibulas connected by silk tie. At some point I want a cloak in this style. (Love this dress, cloak and headcovering.

German Goldhaube Cap of Silk, Gold, and Pearls: Pattern, Instructions, Documentation, and Notes

German Goldhaube cap with pearls! Includes a complete material list, pattern, instructions, and notes. Created by Genoveva at GermanRenaissance.

I love the dress!!!! And a married woman would wear the headdress...or an older unmarried woman.

Century reproduction - style "Juana" ♥ I love this gown, seen it llife at Atelier Verdande and tried the headwear .

,  the second  half of the century sees much more fitted kirtles ( easily spotted under the loose surcoats, especially the later ones with the fashionable ‘windows’ or ‘gates of hell’ wide side openings), even though the outer garments could still be loose like houppelandes and surcoats, or more close fitting as well like cotehardies.

Blanche Mortimer Gown, 14th century

One of the latest commissions was a early to mid century gown and a cloak/mantle, based on the effigy of Blanche Mortimer. The customers, lovely ladies from Mortimer HIstory Society, Dress and…

Do you want to make yourself some Viking garments. Here you can find lots of templates for sewing.    http://www.vikingsonline.org.uk/resources/authenticity/basickit/index.htm

This gives a great pattern for a pattern for a viking mans shirt that does not waste fabric.

The website this is from is written in Norwegian, so I don't know much about it except that this little boy is named Magnus.

viking boy The website this is from is written in Norwegian, so I don't know much about it except that this little boy is named Magnus.

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