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Updated pattern layout based on the Met Museum Islamic coat from Spain. 12th century. PM me if you would like the full handout. http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/456931?img=1

Updated pattern layout based on the Met Museum Islamic coat from Spain. 12th century. PM me if you would like the full handout. http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/456931?img=1

patrons des robes du moyen ages - vêtements médiévaux

patrons des robes du moyen ages - vêtements médiévaux

Assassin's Creed Assasin Cosplay Costume

Assassin's Creed Assasin Cosplay Costume

salwar variation through the ages of the ottoman empire. The bottom are similar to persian salwar and as time progressed you can see how they become thinner more like the curidar we are familiar with nowadays.

salwar variation through the ages of the ottoman empire. The bottom are similar to persian salwar and as time progressed you can see how they become thinner more like the curidar we are familiar with nowadays.

Turkish Yalma or Jama - Mongol Coat

Turkish Yalma or Jama - Mongol Coat

A great tutorial on making a medieval underdress.

A great tutorial on making a medieval underdress.

Bejís médiévale: Femme en costume médiéval S. XIV

Bejís médiévale: Femme en costume médiéval S. XIV

Pre-Mongol Persian Costume or 11th and 12th Century Seljuk Dynasty Costume

Pre-Mongol Persian Costume or 11th and 12th Century Seljuk Dynasty Costume

This tunic, or shirt, could have belonged to St. Ludwig of 13th century, and is currently located in Notre Dame, Paris. - "The present pattern is drawn after the one designed by Dorothy K. Burningham, except we matched the length of the inserted triangular pieces to the length of the overal garment. Because the proper pattern measurements have never been taken from the extant garment, the pattern on the picture represents our best guess."

This tunic, or shirt, could have belonged to St. Ludwig of 13th century, and is currently located in Notre Dame, Paris. - "The present pattern is drawn after the one designed by Dorothy K. Burningham, except we matched the length of the inserted triangular pieces to the length of the overal garment. Because the proper pattern measurements have never been taken from the extant garment, the pattern on the picture represents our best guess."

Extant Caftan with Standing collar

Extant Caftan with Standing collar

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