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The Compleatly Dressed Anachronist: Project Complete: Late Century Transitional Open Hood Medieval Cloak, Medieval Hats, Medieval Life, Medieval Costume, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Fantasy, Renaissance, Historical Costume

Project Complete: Late 14th Century Transitional Open Hood

I think it might be clear at this point that I am a connoisseur of the open hood. I have an entire drawer full of them. Seven of them, in fact. Each with its own color and character. The seventh is the hood I'm sharing today.

The design is based on pictures from mid-14th century manuscripts. This type of hood was worn by men, even though there is one existing period sketch of a woman wearing a dagged hood.  The liripipe hood is made from a medium-heavyweight wool. No fastenings – just pull it over your head.  Length, from top of head – end of collar: 70 cm/  27,5” Length, from back of the head – face opening: 38 cm / 15” Neck width: 70 cm/  28” Medieval Hats, Medieval Costume, Medieval Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 14th Century Clothing, Medieval Dress Pattern, Viking Dress, Landsknecht

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Tyvärr är min garderob alldeles för liten för att rymma alla historiska dräkter jag sytt genom åren, varför jag har bestämt mig för att försöka finna ett nytt hem åt några av dem. Så om du är på jakt efter färdigsydda historiska plagg är detta ett perfekt tillfälle! Ifall inget annat anges, vänligen observera att alla

Sew hood onto cape using inch seam allowance. Medieval dress and hooded cape pattern. Open Medieval Hood Pattern By Sidn. Medieval Hats, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Gown, Gypsy Clothing, Medieval Costume, Viking Garb, Viking Dress, Larp, Hooded Cape Pattern

Medieval Open Hood Pattern - By Sidney Eileen

This tutorial provides a basic medieval open hood pattern, instructions on how to customize the pattern, and gives ideas for simple pattern variations.

making your own medieval dress pins Medieval Dress, Medieval Life, Medieval Costume, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Steampunk Clothing, Steampunk Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing

making your own medieval dress pins

Dress pins are a must have for the person wearing veils and wimples and so. But they are surprisingly expensive for what they are. I do understand why but still, I am a student and sometimes it is …

London hood - historic pattern and super cute!now with TUTORIAL - CLOTHING - I've been making a ton of hand sewn hoods for selling in a local medieval unions market shop. Medieval Hats, Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Larp, Medieval Pattern, Hood Pattern

London hood - historic pattern and super cute! *img heavy* ...now with TUTORIAL - CLOTHING

London hood - historic pattern and super cute! *img heavy* ...now with TUTORIAL - CLOTHING - I've been making a ton of hand sewn hoods for selling in a local medieval unions market shop. I don't have picture of every one I've ma

London Hood - tutorial to make authentic medieval hood. This hood could work with the cape I want to make. I could maybe make a hoodless cape plus a hood with its own mini cape as a separate item. Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing, Costume Tutorial, Cosplay Tutorial, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Sewing Tutorials, Modeling

London hood - historic pattern and super cute! *img heavy* ...now with TUTORIAL - CLOTHING

London hood - historic pattern and super cute! *img heavy* ...now with TUTORIAL - CLOTHING - I've been making a ton of hand sewn hoods for selling in a local medieval unions market shop. I don't have picture of every one I've ma

Century London Liripipe Hood by Ragnvaeig - with detailed notes and lots more pictures. Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 14th Century Clothing, Middle Age Fashion, Medieval Hairstyles

14th Century London Liripipe Hood

For a couple years now, I've been saying that I should make myself a hood and hose to go with my fantastic red cotehardie/GFD. I'm partway closer to that, having just finished a version of London Hood nr. 246, as presented in Textiles and Clothing. I chose this design to coordinate with my dress, specifically in reference to time period and location, as many of my dress elements are also from London, or at least are English in design, from the mid- to late-14th-century. I haven't seen hoods…

Lirpipe hood and linen dress The Midgard Seamstress… Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Hairstyles, Female Form, Festival Outfits, Beautiful Gowns, Dress Up

Lirpipe hood and linen dress

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 Clear example of the unusually curved neckline commonly included in depictions of the cotehardie. Also, a patterned cotehardie in the center. Medieval Books, Medieval World, Medieval Dress, Medieval Art, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Gothic Fashion, Historical Art, Historical Clothing

The Fitted Dress Neckline: Devil in the Details - La cotte simple

While I have consistently indulged in a relatively deep scoop neckline for my 14th century-style fitted dresses, I have done so in a willful departure from what the art of the time actually reveals. In fact, I have come across precious few images of fitted dresses with generously wide shoulder seams that also dip low […]