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Som dere sikkert vet så har jeg gjort to forsøk på å rekonstruere Køstrupkjolen. I dag har Hilde ...

Som dere sikkert vet så har jeg gjort to forsøk på å rekonstruere Køstrupkjolen. I dag har Hilde ...

viking dress by ~Arumorahe

viking dress by ~Arumorahe

Hilde Thunem's recreated apron dress or "smokkr", based upon the Hedeby find.  Note that she has deliberately made the back of the dress longer than the front, in light of the "train" effect shown in period art.

Hilde Thunem's recreated apron dress or "smokkr", based upon the Hedeby find. Note that she has deliberately made the back of the dress longer than the front, in light of the "train" effect shown in period art.

Rekonstruktion eines Trägerrockes. Charakteristisch sind der taillierte Schnitt sowie die leicht nach vorne versetzten seitlichen Nähte (vgl. Inga Hägg - Die Textilfunde aus dem Hafen von Haithabu. Berichte über die Ausgrabungen in Haithabu Band 20). Unterkleid aus Leinen mit Wollbesatz.

Rekonstruktion eines Trägerrockes. Charakteristisch sind der taillierte Schnitt sowie die leicht nach vorne versetzten seitlichen Nähte (vgl. Inga Hägg - Die Textilfunde aus dem Hafen von Haithabu. Berichte über die Ausgrabungen in Haithabu Band 20). Unterkleid aus Leinen mit Wollbesatz.

How did Viking Age people really look? | Norse woman

How did Viking Age people really look?

How did Viking Age people really look? | Norse woman

Viking woman: Clothing: Reconstruction of the Køstrup smokkr Reconstruction from Ladby museum, Denmark Photograph by Hilde Thunem

Viking woman: Clothing: Reconstruction of the Køstrup smokkr Reconstruction from Ladby museum, Denmark Photograph by Hilde Thunem

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viking embroidery - Google Search

viking embroidery - Google Search

My Hedeby dress in woad dyed twill is finished.  Handsewn with waxed linen thread. I love the way the double side panels ended up.  Here seen together with a York cap in wool, an apron dress and my new bag based on the wooden Birka handles. The drinking vessel is also Birka.

My Hedeby dress in woad dyed twill is finished. Handsewn with waxed linen thread. I love the way the double side panels ended up. Here seen together with a York cap in wool, an apron dress and my new bag based on the wooden Birka handles. The drinking vessel is also Birka.

The front of the dress worn by "Britt" showing pleats between the brooches as well as in the back.  Apparently it was inspired by the Kostrup find.

The front of the dress worn by "Britt" showing pleats between the brooches as well as in the back. Apparently it was inspired by the Kostrup find.

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