Mitt stora projekt under våren har varit en klänning baserad på Herjolvsnes Nörlund nr 38 (D10580). Mitt mål har varit ett plagg så nära originalet jag, med de textila kunskaper jag har idag, kan k…

Herjolvsnes no 38

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages -- Kyrtles/Cotes/Tunics/Gowns -- Herjolfsnes 43 This garment is assumed to have been a man's because it was found with a hood, the length of the overall outfit is not very long compared to the sleeve length, and the skirt is not very full compared to the body.

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages -- Kyrtles/Cotes/Tunics/Gowns -- Herjolfsnes 43

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Kyrtles/Cotes/Tunics/Gowns - Herjolfsnes 33

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Kyrtles/Cotes/Tunics/Gowns - Herjolfsnes 33

Alraris: O szwie princess seam i wykrojach sukni z przełomu XIV i XV wieku.

Alraris: O szwie princess seam i wykrojach sukni z przełomu XIV i XV wieku.

Matilda la Zouche's Wardrobe - The Moy Gown: A nice pattern detail of this particular dress.

Matilda la Zouche's Wardrobe - The Moy Gown: A nice pattern detail of this…

The Moy Gown.This garment, presumed to be a woman’s, was discovered in a bog in Moy, County Clare, Ireland in 1931.

Julie Adama posted Irish "Moy Gown" Diagram to her -womens apparel- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

German gown layout

German gown layout

The Gown of St. Clare of Assisi This garment is dated to before about 1253, and is of wool.  This page was last modified 22 April 2003

The Gown of St. Clare of Assisi, wool, before This was the starting point for a gown of mine a couple of years ago, it works well.

Pattern for woman's early 13th century sideless surcoat (pellote), based on an extant piece.

Pellote of Leonora de Castille This well preserved garment, dated to the half of the century, is presently located in the monastery of Las Huelgas

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