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A very neat Moy Gown reconstruction with documentation, period construction and methods.  She also has several other very awesome reconstructions.

Pinner wrote -- A neat Moy Gown reconstruction with documentation, period construction and methods. She also has several other reconstructions.

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A Green Medieval Cote

linked for fabric colors Lovely green wool cotehardie. Link has photos of various stages of construction

Housebook dress

This dress is based on the types of dresses found in the art of Nuremburg and surrounding areas in the mid- to late- century.

Medieval krawcowa: Cottehardie. I love the lime color and the tippets. I'm willing to accept this color as an anacronism because it's just so fabulous.

linked for fabric color/combo Medieval krawcowa: Cottehardie. I love the lime color and the tippets. I'm willing to accept this color as an anacronism because it's just so fabulous.

Back view of Moy gown. Appropriately similar  all of Europe , use for  Scottish impression too,ALady The Moy Gown — An Irish Medieval Gown | Reconstructing History

Back view of Moy gown. Appropriately similar all of Europe , use for Scottish impression too,ALady The Moy Gown — An Irish Medieval Gown

Kram Jaromiry i Dalebory: Kaftan z jedwabiem

Another pinner said: Beautiful Silk Kaftan. Simple cut with two wedges at sides. Designed for Upper class person, made from wool finished with silk. - Kram Jaromiry i Dalebory (website in Polish with English translation below)

My SCA Garb: Kirtle Pattern Class Handouthttps://www.pinterest.com/jaimestanford/modern-middle-ages/

"My SCA Garb: Kirtle Pattern Class Handout" A great handout by Lady Asrune Russtikus-dotta

A German gown from the end of the fifteenth century with characteristic deep, pointed décolletage and original sleeve construction. The skirt is widened by four gores and has a small train.

A German gown from the end of the fifteenth century with characteristic deep, pointed décolletage and original sleeve construction. The skirt is widened by four gores and has a small train.

16th century Irish Shinrone Gown and léine by historian Kass McGann

Complete Gaelic Irishwoman Package

Moy Bog gown 1350-1500. Remnants of a gown were found on a bog mummy in Ireland.  This woman took exact measurments and reconstructed a gown. The dark colors are from what was found in the grave, the lighter colors are her fill in. Fascinating study.

Moy Bog gown Remnants of a gown were found on a bog mummy in Ireland. This woman took exact measurments and reconstructed a gown. The dark colors are from what was found in the grave, the lighter colors are her fill in.

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