Bálint Balogh

Bálint Balogh

Bálint Balogh
További ötletek tőle: Bálint
Søgård Mose II, Viborg in Denmark. Iron age leg-wrappings.

Søgård Mose II, Viborg in Denmark. Iron age leg-wrappings.

Magyar female clothing, early medieval

Magyar female clothing, early medieval

Hungarian female costume (circa 950 AD). The shirt is sewn Cordelet flax linen pendants are made ​​of bronze (originally made ​​of gold or silver). pants is Linen and silk thread combined. Caftan is The sheep wool (to Original sheep, goat or camel), the border is linen (sometimes silk). coat is made ​​of wool with a cross in on-canvas, linen lining and trim (sometimes silk). It is decorated with bronze discs (the original Gold and Silver)

Hungarian female costume (circa 950 AD). The shirt is sewn Cordelet flax linen pendants are made ​​of bronze (originally made ​​of gold or silver). pants is Linen and silk thread combined. Caftan is The sheep wool (to Original sheep, goat or camel), the border is linen (sometimes silk). coat is made ​​of wool with a cross in on-canvas, linen lining and trim (sometimes silk). It is decorated with bronze discs (the original Gold and Silver)

A technique for joining trim ends with hand woven trim.

A technique for joining trim ends with hand woven trim.

rust coat

rust coat

Herringbone Stitch Picture

Herringbone Stitch Picture

The Looking Glass and The Skeleton Key: Embroidered Embellishment (Clothing Edition)

The Looking Glass and The Skeleton Key: Embroidered Embellishment (Clothing Edition)

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Want to learn embroidering? Join in the 7 days of stitches and get started with the 7 basic stitches!

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Double herringbone stitch as trim for Viking underdress. This form of decoration was found on one of the Mammen textiles. See Carolyn-Priest Dorman's article on Viking Embroidery (article doesn't mention whether it's multi-colored or not, though)

Double herringbone stitch as trim for Viking underdress. This form of decoration was found on one of the Mammen textiles. See Carolyn-Priest Dorman's article on Viking Embroidery (article doesn't mention whether it's multi-colored or not, though)