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2003 DEVONSHIRE HOUPPELANDE 1400'S  Another fancy two-horned buckram hennin with a stiff, lined, dagged veil, a highly decorated folly collar and a brocade belt to complete the outfit. The gown was based on those from the Devonshire tapestries in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London; the headpiece on one from the Heroes and Heroines fresco in the Manta Castle in Italy.

The gown was based on those from the Devonshire tapestries in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London; the headpiece on one from the Heroes and Heroines fresco in the Manta Castle in Italy.

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Reconstruction of the Christine de Pisan look

Interlaced Herringbone Insertion Stitch | The Compleatly Dressed Anachronist

The Compleatly Dressed Anachronist: Interlaced Herringbone Insertion Stitch

Embroidered St. Birgittas cap - 4

Posts about pattern on Katafalk - Cathrin Åhlén

Pinterest de Cíça Mora

Silent Video Try this out for hanky.

St. Birgitta's Huva

Birgitta’s Huva (Cap)

Outstanding tutorial for the simple sewing & slightly more complex faggoting & embroidery on the St. Birgitta's cap. Beautifully done, outstanding tutorial by Katafalk (Cathrin Åhlén).

Outstanding tutorial for the simple sewing & slightly more complex faggoting & embroidery on the St. Beautifully done, outstanding tutorial by Katafalk (Cathrin Åhlén).

Burdastyle.com

View details for the project St Brigid's Cap on BurdaStyle.

The Cap of St. Birgitta - second version

I've never really worn the Birgitta cap I made three years ago . Every tim.

Gerburg, c. 1250, Naumburg Cathedral, Naumburg, Germany 13cHairAndHats - Eme's Compendium

countess Gerburg von Brehna, note cap w/ crown on it