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Black Herjolfsnes Dress

Added Jan 26, 2010

by redoubt

Murray, Utah, Un...

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Description

I used a pattern that I drafted based on a 1300s gown excavated in Greenland. The gores and sleeves are constructed more complexly than the regular t-tunic type.

I made it in October, but my sister borrowed it for a Kiki’s Delivery Service costume, and I just barely got it back.

This product is for sale
By redoubt at Faire Sisters

Material Notes

Fabric: 100% cotton corduroy
Notions: thread

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Costume
Style
Ethnic, Geek, Other
Material
Corduroy, Cotton

Credits

drafted, sewn, modeled, photo edited by
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  • Cherrys_047_large

    Jan 26, 2010, 07.40 PMby nenasew

    Really cool outfit. Medieval and Renaissance Festivals are getting so popular. I looked up that web site where u got the patterns (u had shared it with Burdastyle once before) and I am amazed how u turned those patterns into outfit. Great job.

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      Jan 30, 2010, 12.50 AMby redoubt

      Thanks! :)

  • Chemcamp_large

    Jan 26, 2010, 11.25 AMby angelical

    Nice! would be great for medieval role playing!

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    • 96a4234c674900b01017b42dc933948da78662b5_large

      Jan 26, 2010, 07.24 PMby redoubt

      Exactly :)

    • Chemcamp_large

      Jan 26, 2010, 09.16 PMby angelical

      You should try the patterns from the danish/swedish/norwegian “historicum”… www.historicum.dk… the patterns are really great! (the text is swedish or norwegian, i don’t know the difference…)

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