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Byxor – Vikingatida Klädedräkt

Byxor – Vikingatida Klädedräkt

/This seems to be a regional variation based on development that is well documented in the Greek peplos gown to the pre-AngloSaxon period in Britain to the Norse in Finland - an probably in other places.  It may also be a precursor to the apron dress that seems to have become popular during the Viking age.

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Links to Finnish design for dresses and aprons.

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sideless surcote with fur

sideless surcote with fur

"The waist ornament of the Viking Period apron from Humikkala, Masku, is made separately and sewn onto the upper edge of the fabric. Spun woollen yarn of several plies runs through the spirals of both the waist and hem decorations." Pretty sure this photograph is by the Flying Stitchman. (http://travellingtraining.blogspot.com.au/2010/11/night-at-national-museum-of-finland.html)

"The waist ornament of the Viking Period apron from Humikkala, Masku, is made separately and sewn onto the upper edge of the fabric. Spun woollen yarn of several plies runs through the spirals of both the waist and hem decorations.

Want in either my navy cotton jaquard or in a nice grey patterned period fabric...sideless surcoat

Want in either my navy cotton jaquard or in a nice grey patterned period fabric.

Att Tvätta Linne /// Den textil- och medeltidskunniga Maria , medlem i föreningarna Albrechts Bössor, Battle of Wisby och Carnis, gästbloggar idag. Hon delar här...

Att Tvätta Linne /// Den textil- och medeltidskunniga Maria , medlem i föreningarna Albrechts Bössor, Battle of Wisby och Carnis, gästbloggar idag. Hon delar här...

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