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Ny selekjole og serk (Vikingsnitt)

Ny selekjole og serk (Vikingsnitt)

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I love the shape of this apron dress - it's 3 pieces, probably trapezoid in shape, she put it on inside out and fitted it to herself. The site is in Norwegian and google translate isn't the best but you can get the idea. I also really like the way she shaped the underdress.

I love the shape of this apron dress - it's 3 pieces, probably trapezoid in shape, she put it on inside out and fitted it to herself. The site is in Norwegian and google translate isn't the best but you can get the idea. I also really like the way she shaped the underdress.

This is a Viking re-enactor, so he's well after Riodan's time. The lengths and density of the tunics are a really good physical reference, layers for warmth! I also feel that the heavier upper tunic's sleeves being half sleeves is very practical.

This is a Viking re-enactor, so he's well after Riodan's time. The lengths and density of the tunics are a really good physical reference, layers for warmth! I also feel that the heavier upper tunic's sleeves being half sleeves is very practical.

Ny selekjole og serk (Vikingsnitt) Outfit based on Hedeby finds.

Ny selekjole og serk (Vikingsnitt) Outfit based on Hedeby finds.

Gamle prosjekter får nytt liv! Jeg har hatt en gjenomgang av halvsydde plagg som jeg har hatt li...

Gamle prosjekter får nytt liv! Jeg har hatt en gjenomgang av halvsydde plagg som jeg har hatt li...

Ny selekjole og serk (Vikingsnitt)

Ny selekjole og serk (Vikingsnitt)

New harness dress and chemise (Viking Average). she's using a three piece pattern - narrow front, then two back pieces.

New harness dress and chemise (Viking Average). she's using a three piece pattern - narrow front, then two back pieces.

This particular styling on the neckline makes sense to me because it would allow it to open wider without the risk of tearing with a straight slit.

This particular styling on the neckline makes sense to me because it would allow it to open wider without the risk of tearing with a straight slit.

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