Based on the shirt fragments from the century found at Lengberg Castle in East-Tyrol this paper describes the methods with which these shirts have been pleated, what type of stiches have been used for sewing and how the trimming strips were
Extant doublet, ca. Formerly held in Hever Castle but now resides at the National Museum of Scotland. Made of red silk and stuffed with wool fiber, it has six eyelets at the top of each sleeve for pointing (lacing) on armor components.
15thc/16th c collar fragment from Kempten. Linen. Photo by Marion McNealy.