New book. I’m giddy with happy. Buckland Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, Dover. Excavations 1994 (Archaeology of Canterbury) Very nice details about the textiles.. especially nice details about the tablet weaving. I need to re-read it in more depth.. but I expect many good things to come from […]
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From Rogers, Penelope Walton. Cloth and Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England (p 190). A: Kentish Dress Style III – a garment with a vertical front opening clasped by two brooches, one at the throad the other centre-chest, and worn with a buckled belt. B: Kentish […]
Saving for future reference: Jenny Dean’s Anglo-Saxon Dye Experiments Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Reds, Yellows, and Browns Part 3 – Blues, Greens, Purple, Brown and Black Introduction to some more Anglo-Saxon style experiments Regia: Dye Equivalent Colours DMC The Colorful Iron Age […]
Monday: Finished up the right sleeve overcast seam on the commute home. Tuesday: Completed the shoulder seam. (which I then ripped out on Wednesday. Doh) The shoulder seam Sewn from the “inside” of the garment. The shoulder seam attaches the front and back linings to […]
Gusset and Neck Hole The gussets are almost exactly the same size as the neck holes. It would be convenient, and save fabric to make the gussets out of the fabric removed to make the neck holes. Fabric Width and Pieced Lining I assume that […]