14th century, the dress is inspired by a photo from Gerry Embleton’s book – Ritter und Soldner im Mittelalter. Wool blend, linen and cotton.Continue reading
These are norman costumes for historical fencing performers. From the first costume I have sewn and embroidered the dark red tunic and the headdress.
The whole second costume is my work. That means inner and outer tunic, hose and braies. The belt is woven. The owner bought the fabrics and gave me a period picture as a model. It is interesting, that this was his wedding dress.
On the third costume again the tunic is my work. It is made of cotton damask and decorated with brocade.Continue reading
Made of an old synthetic curtain (but it looks similar to woolen fabric) after a picture from the site www.danetre-vikings.org.uk (unfortunatelly, the site does not exist anymore). Decorated with a bought trim. The headdress is a 50×150 cm rectangle of cotton.
Costumes for hostorical fencing performances. Inspired by the 14th century middle-class dresses. Fabrics are woolen blend and cotton. They are sewn according to owners’ wishes.
These are fairytale costumes inspired by the 14th century Czech dresses. They were meant for historical fencing performances and juggling.
My first living history costume try. The fabricsa are linen and woolen blend, linen and woolen threads. The costumes are completely handsewn and embroidered. The woman’s belt is card-woven.
A lady’s costume for historical fencing performances. Inspired by the 14th century fashion. The cotte is of wool blend, the surcotte of an old drapery. Fake fur.
The man’s costume is made of linen and wool blend. It is decorated with embroidery in cotton and metal threads.