Stitching a Half French Seam by annekata, via Flickr

Hand-sewing I hate hand sewing, I always try to figure out creative ways to use my sewing machine instead, but it doesn't look good

Norse style tunic. "Archaeological Sewing" website. The edges are first finished with a single fold and a whip stitch. Then the individual pieces are whip stitched together

Norse Style Tunic - Tunic patterning based on some Greenland finds. The edges are first finished with a single fold and a whip stitch. Then the individual pieces are whip stitched together.

Norse Style Tunic

This pic gives u a visual on how to sew together squares, rectangles, and triangles for your tunic. Lower were to insert the side triangles if you want.

viking: The Skjoldehamn Tunic

Kirtle, Linen, circa "The cut of our Gored Kirtle is based on a number of extant garments which share similar patterning details, specifically, the Skjoldehamn kyrtle (at right) (rcd and Kragelund kyrtle


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