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Part of sleeve, looks like the weave is checkered. Hand opening is stitched with what looks like stab stitches, while the buttons' hem is not, and the buttonhole hem is reinforced with braid. It is interesting to notice the variety of techniques employed in such a small specimen. 14th century, V Museum, London.

Part of sleeve, looks like the weave is checkered. Hand opening is stitched with what looks like stab stitches, while the buttons' hem is not, and the buttonhole hem is reinforced with braid. It is interesting to notice the variety of techniques employed in such a small specimen. 14th century, V Museum, London.

How to hand sew a buttonhole.

How to hand sew a buttonhole.

This woven silk is one of the most expensive luxury textiles of the 14th century and might have been used for secular or ecclesiastical dress or furnishings.    The exotic birds and vine leaves in its composition represent designs that were new at the beginning of the 14th century. Birds and plants flow freely across the textiles, the former depicted in active poses, often ranged in pairs facing each other. Vine leaves also feature prominently.

Woven silk

This woven silk is one of the most expensive luxury textiles of the 14th century and might have been used for secular or ecclesiastical dress or furnishings. The exotic birds and vine leaves in its composition represent designs that were new at the beginning of the 14th century. Birds and plants flow freely across the textiles, the former depicted in active poses, often ranged in pairs facing each other. Vine leaves also feature prominently.

Adventures in Dagging; 14th century Dagge manufacturing Techniques from archaeological examples

Adventures in Dagging; 14th century Dagge manufacturing Techniques from archaeological examples

This textile is thought to have also been a bag face, since the fabric selvages can be seen on both sides. The fabric size is 11 x 19cm and is a weft woven linen with silks of pink, indigo, blue and yellow and brown. The decoration is lozenge shaped with associated tassels. Possibly 14th century, it was sold by Christie’s for £3,750 (or $7,631).

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This textile is thought to have also been a bag face, since the fabric selvages can be seen on both sides. The fabric size is 11 x 19cm and is a weft woven linen with silks of pink, indigo, blue and yellow and brown. The decoration is lozenge shaped with associated tassels. Possibly 14th century, it was sold by Christie’s for £3,750 (or $7,631).

Textile with Silk and Linen Weave  Spanish   ca 14th century  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Textile with Silk and Linen Weave Spanish ca 14th century The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Reliquary bag | Rhineland | 14th-15th century | linen, silk, metal-wrapped thread | Museum Schnütgen | Inventory #: P 870

Reliquary bag | Rhineland | 14th-15th century | linen, silk, metal-wrapped thread | Museum Schnütgen | Inventory #: P 870

Patten Production Date: Late Medieval; mid-late 14th century ID no: 4578 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/38064.html#sthash.qUt1Cymq.dpuf

Patten Production Date: Late Medieval; mid-late 14th century ID no: 4578 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/38064.html#sthash.qUt1Cymq.dpuf

Aina välillä iskee into kokeilla jotain uutta ja jotain ihan muuta kuin tavalliset käsityöhommat. Viime aikoina eniten ovat mielessä ja yöpöydän kirjapinoissa pyörineet erinäiset metallihommat. Täs…

Aina välillä iskee into kokeilla jotain uutta ja jotain ihan muuta kuin tavalliset käsityöhommat. Viime aikoina eniten ovat mielessä ja yöpöydän kirjapinoissa pyörineet erinäiset metallihommat. Täs…

Rosalie's Medieval Woman - Lappets-- in fashion from ca. 1340 to 1380.  tomb effigy of Joan De La Tour dated 1377-1386

Rosalie's Medieval Woman - Lappets-- in fashion from ca. 1340 to 1380. tomb effigy of Joan De La Tour dated 1377-1386

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