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making hand-bound eyelet holes by ~Kathelyne on deviantART      Just a nice, easy tutorial for putting the finishing touches on garb!

Tutorial (Beginner, but requires patience) - making hand-bound eyelet holes by ~Kathelyne on deviantART

greensuede - medieval wench garb renaissance wench  wish my lifestyle would allow for wearing these types of dresses:

greensuede - medieval wench garb renaissance wench wish my lifestyle would allow for wearing these types of dresses. <<< barmaid for Halloween anybody?

Woolen viking pants, exact reconstruction of pants found in Birka (Sweden), used mainly by Swedish vikings called Varangians in the East. The amount of woolen cloth used reflects something about wealth of their owner. These trousers offer very comfortable wearing. All visible stitches are hand sewn with linen thread. We are supplying them in these sizes S, M, L, XL. Material: woolen, linen.

Woolen viking pants, exact reconstruction of pants found in Birka (Sweden), used mainly by Swedish vikings called Varangians in the East. The amount of woolen cloth used reflects something about wealth of their owner.

Viking - back of apron.    Hedeby style as used by Svartland. I like the back-straps being closer together.

Viking - back of apron. Hedeby style as used by Svartland. Once again the style of a sarafan is depicted in the clothing of the Vikings. The close straps in the back make this apron dress a sarafan.

The holidays always seem to find me ill. This year wasn’t so bad, but I was down with a cold for over a week. I always think I’ll get some online stuff done with I’m convalescing,…

Neckline Variations from Period Sources

little reference sheet for neckline varieties from period sources before the early suitable for early period garb. In the SCA, I'm known as THL Esperanza de Navarra .

These Rus style coats are becoming increasingly popular now that we're finding more evidence. Vikings were flamboyant folks.

This is me in front of a fifteen century building at Disagården in Uppsala. I'm vering my usual swedish/rus trader outfit.

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Viking-Age Accessories Part 1: Intro and Women

Introduction to Garb: A Seminar  by Cynthia Virtue aka Cynthia du Pré Argent

Introduction to Garb: A Seminar by Cynthia Virtue aka Cynthia du Pré Argent.adding gores to basic tunic pattern

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Nice owl embroidery on coat Event: The Village Leader calls the council together

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