Medieval pouch bag : Historical reproduction of leather pouch bags of the middle ages

Medieval pouch bag : Historical reproduction of leather pouch bags of the middle ages

how to make an ancient roman *sarcina* (pack)

Loculus - Roman Loculus A leather satchels that were carried by Roman legionaries, as a part of their sarcina or luggage. Used to store extra gear or food stuffs.

Historical belt pouch by Archanejil.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

This is a historically accurate pouch based on designs from medieval illuminations from between the and centuries. The bag itself is incredibly spacious and worn on the belt. This bag is .

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HandbookDiagram - Fingerloop Braiding from Medieval and Renaissance times. Links to excellent site with instructions and inspiration from a brilliant communicator/braider

Late 13th- Early 14th Century Drawstring Pouch (Circa 1270-1350) by Ld. Chas. Oakley. Illustration from Museum of London; Medieval Finds from Excavations in London: 3, Dress Accessories c. 1150 - c. 1450, Geoff Egan and Frances Pritchard, 1991, ISBN 0 11 290444 0, pages 342-345.

Late Early Century Drawstring Pouch (Circa by Ld. Medieval Finds from Excavations in London: Dress Accessories c. 1150 - c. Geoff Egan and Frances Pritchard, ISBN 0 11 290444 pages

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Byzantine relic pouch from the or century; Michael in Beromünster, Switzerland; “lattice-work wreath pattern worked on a [silk] ruby red ground. It is made from a single linen-lined piece of cloth, and has seams on two sides

Love this "Soft Leather pouch pattern" with finished picture...you may decide to add fastener or hold-down of some sort.

"Soft Leather pouch pattern" with finished picture.you may decide to add fastener or hold-down of some sort.

Aumônière sarrasine! Le terme "sarrasine" réfère ici aux soies brodées de fil d'or, sûrement originaire des pays arabes. Elles auraient été introduites en Europe via le commerce avec les maures. Très usités au Moyen-Age, les sacs à cordons coulissés sont appréciés tant par les hommes que par les femmes.Les gens mettaient leur argent dans ces petits sacs.

Aumônière sarrasine! Le terme "sarrasine" réfère ici aux soies brodées de fil d'or, sûrement originaire des pays arabes. Elles auraient été introduites en Europe via le commerce avec les maures. Très usités au Moyen-Age, les sacs à cordons coulissés sont appréciés tant par les hommes que par les femmes.Les gens mettaient leur argent dans ces petits sacs.

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