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Norse Style Tunic Edges folded once and a whip stitched down. Pieces are then whip stitched together http://www.flickr.com/photos/27205670@N00/5005464500/

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.

Inspiration - A nice seam finish. Othala Craft - Viking and Slavic clothing

Inspiration - A nice seam finish. Othala Craft - Viking and Slavic clothing - Great idea to make your Viking costume just a bit truer

Thicken Double-Deck Knit Hat with Letters Label

Thicken Double-Deck Knit Hat with Letters Label

A curated collection of steampunk and victorian fashion to bring out your unique style.

For bodices, tunics, and things, especially because I can't find the fancy metal eyelets for lacing. Grommets are boring!  Another pinner said:  Lacing rings

Alternative to metal eyelets/grommets! For bodices, tunics, and things, especially because I can't find the fancy metal eyelets for lacing. Grommets are boring! Another pinner said: Lacing rings

Stone Tracery Threads: Apron Dress Hand Stitching Techniques: Part 1

Stone Tracery Threads: Apron Dress Hand Stitching Techniques: Part 1 Gussets? I need all the help I can get with that sorcery!

Archaeological Sewing a fabulous web site for the types of stitches used in the middle ages. http://heatherrosejones.com/archaeologicalsewing/wool.html#WSMisc

Archaeological Sewing-Seam finish (decorative) - fishbone stitch over running stitch seam.

Viking / Norse style tunic. Straight stitch, herringbone, chain, and feather stitch. All stitches period except feather stitch, but I made this to wear to work, so not worried. :)

Straight stitch, herringbone, chain, and feather stitch. All stitches period except feather stitch.

tunic stitch detail. "Guarded" seams, this is how I like to do hand sewn seams, especially if they need to be sturdy.

tunic stitch detail- looks like they used a Van Dyke stitch along the seams, I think I prefer the look of a chain stitch.

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

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.

"Skjoldehamn Over Tunic"  This is a reconstruction of tunics found in the marsh Skjoldehamn on the Norwegian island of Angoya. Initially rated that comes with XIII or XIV century, but subsequent carbon dating has allowed with high accuracy wydatowac it to the Viking era (probably 970-1050). Made of hand-sewn wool. Tunic has 4 wedges built into the back part so as not to hinder movement.

"Skjoldehamn Over Tunic" reconstruction of the marsh Skjoldehamn on the Norwegian island of Angoya. Viking era (probably Made of hand-sewn wool. Tunic has 4 wedges built into the back part so as not to hinder movement.

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