Bocksten Man - well preserved man's clothing 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum
I am not sure how authentic this pattern is, but it might make a basis for a sling for my horn as well as a pattern for a hood
Hood from Greenland, 14th century, Danish National Museum, Copenhagen
Skjoldehamn outfit (970-1050) Norway (ED: Reconstructed here as a man's outfit--now believed to have been worn by a woman)
St. Thomas guild: Making wooden pattens
GOWNS FROM THE 15TH CENTRY | Houppelande dress, early 15th century...gorgeous | Dress Up
Lady's red cotehardie: First variation of this kind of dress with gold embroidery and brown tippets (14th century). It is based on picture of Viollet le Duc (Encyclopedie medievale). Similar picture is also in Eduard Wagner's Medieval costume, armour, and weapons.
Pouch of leather, 1330-1380 from London excavations. Medieval finds from excavations in London - Dress Accessories, G. Egan, F. Pritchard, HMSO, 1991.
Pourpoint This dress is based on extant original which belonged to Charles de Blois (second half of the 14th century). Pattern is here. Clothing also include hood with dagges, embroidered belt, woolen embroidered hoses and flat soles hinged-pattens. Pictures of those parts are on next pages.