Barbara Wyrowińska

Barbara Wyrowińska

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Barbara Wyrowińska
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Houpeland pattern, ca 1450

Houpeland pattern, ca 1450

Houpelande 1400 http://www.costumeantique.de/schnittmuster.html

Houpelande 1400 http://www.costumeantique.de/schnittmuster.html

Шаперон. Вторая половина 14 в. - нач 15. Шерсть на льняной подкладке.

Шаперон. Вторая половина 14 в. - нач 15. Шерсть на льняной подкладке.

better diagram of the serratus muscle group on the torso sides.

better diagram of the serratus muscle group on the torso sides.

Mixing together different types of ornamental grasses always creates a visually terrific contrast in the landscape. This lovely border is a perfect example of that where decorative grasses of different colors, textures and shapes have been pleasantly combined for a long season of interest, extending to winter!

Mixing together different types of ornamental grasses always creates a visually terrific contrast in the landscape. This lovely border is a perfect example of that where decorative grasses of different colors, textures and shapes have been pleasantly combined for a long season of interest, extending to winter!

Кулон Wire Wrapping

Кулон Wire Wrapping

Wire Wrap Pendants

Wire Wrap Pendants

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The Gown of St. Elizabeth of Thuringia  This garment is dated to before about 1230, and is made from course wool, and lined with brown linen.  The neck hole is very small, and there may be a small opening on the left shoulder, bound with linen.  http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~marc-carlson/cloth/elizabeth.htm

The Gown of St. Elizabeth of Thuringia This garment is dated to before about 1230, and is made from course wool, and lined with brown linen. The neck hole is very small, and there may be a small opening on the left shoulder, bound with linen. http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~marc-carlson/cloth/elizabeth.htm