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So for a long time I’ve been hearing about the Eura dress. In the SCA it’s worn often times with a Viking apron dress besides the as a medieval Finnish outfit.

The holidays always seem to find me ill. This year wasn’t so bad, but I was down with a cold for over a week. I always think I’ll get some online stuff done with I’m convalescing,…

Neckline Variations from Period Sources

little reference sheet for neckline varieties from period sources before the early suitable for early period garb. In the SCA, I'm known as THL Esperanza de Navarra .

Køstrup Apron Dress pattern by Ragnvaeig. Ragnvaeig says:  "I am concentrating on the single surviving seam between the front loop and the underarm to guide my interpretation. I wanted to preserve that seam in my recreation, so I needed to extrapolate from another garment that let me preserve the use of that seam. Extrapolating from the Moselund kirtle design, which uses high side gores, gives me the appropriate seam location."

Køstrup Apron Dress Interpretation - Piecing Diagram by Ragnvaeig

triangular gussets were the one mod I made to this pattern.

Maid-en Anachronism: Viking Underdress - I've never seen this style - wonder how accurate?

Scandinavian / Viking/Rus/Varangian Trousers - Pasbyxor Looks like nederland trousers

Scandinavian / Viking/Rus/Varangian Trousers -possibly another way to do full trousers.

Viking kaftan overcoat Viking nobility according to findings from the Birka grave No. 832nd (9, -10. Century). It used to be mostly woolen and fur could be lined and belted waist.

Viking kaftan overcoat Viking nobility according to findings from the Birka grave No. It used to be mostly woolen and fur could be lined and belted waist. -- make out of thrifted red skirt wool for Ev?

More detailed explanation of the apron dress pattern proposed by the Historiska Museet and shown on this page:  http://www.alternaliv.se/histvarld/draekter/vkvinna/index.html  Based on the Hedeby fragment, though shown with a tunic inspired by a Birka find.

More detailed explanation of the apron dress pattern proposed by the Historiska Museet and shown on this page: http://www.alternaliv.se/histvarld/draekter/vkvinna/index.html Based on the Hedeby fragment, though shown with a tunic inspired by a Birka find.

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