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sleeveless kirtle, 1422-1424

sleeveless kirtle, 1422-1424

Extant doublet ca. 1560. Supposedly Italian. Now held in the Royal Museum of Scotland and documented/patterned by Janet Arnold. Red silk satin lined with linen, with cotton wool stuffed loosely between the vertical quilting. The doublet has six eyelets at each sleeve head for lacing on armor components and eyelets set into the narrow skirting for pointing (lacing) one's breeches to the doublet. . Photo credit Mary Westerman Bulgarella

Extant doublet ca. 1560. Supposedly Italian. Now held in the Royal Museum of Scotland and documented/patterned by Janet Arnold. Red silk satin lined with linen, with cotton wool stuffed loosely between the vertical quilting. The doublet has six eyelets at each sleeve head for lacing on armor components and eyelets set into the narrow skirting for pointing (lacing) one's breeches to the doublet. . Photo credit Mary Westerman Bulgarella

In 1567, King Eric XIV imprisoned seven nobles at Uppsala Castle. The king suspected that those nobles were plotting to take power from  him, three people from the family Sture thus lost their lives: Svante Stensson and his sons Nils and Erik. The widow and mother Märtha Leijonhufvud took care of the clothes the family had been wearing when they were murdered and put them in a chest where they were preserved and are the only complete men's habits from the Renaissance remaining today.

In 1567, King Eric XIV imprisoned seven nobles at Uppsala Castle. The king suspected that those nobles were plotting to take power from him, three people from the family Sture thus lost their lives: Svante Stensson and his sons Nils and Erik. The widow and mother Märtha Leijonhufvud took care of the clothes the family had been wearing when they were murdered and put them in a chest where they were preserved and are the only complete men's habits from the Renaissance remaining today.

Clothing of Svante Stures murdered in 1567 is now located in © Museum Uppsala, Sweden

Clothing of Svante Stures murdered in 1567 is now located in © Museum Uppsala, Sweden

Shirt - Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1540 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered linen with silk

Shirt - Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1540 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered linen with silk

Man's shirt, linen with blue silk embroidery and bobbin lace. Knee-length, late 16th century. From The Textile Museum in Prato. shirtlate16thcprato1.jpg Photo by operafantomet | Photobucket

Man's shirt, linen with blue silk embroidery and bobbin lace. Knee-length, late 16th century. From The Textile Museum in Prato. shirtlate16thcprato1.jpg Photo by operafantomet | Photobucket

German mercenaries 1600

German mercenaries 1600

A Five-Minute Guide to Medieval Fabrics  :http://www.medievalists.net/2015/06/11/a-five-minute-guide-to-medieval-fabrics/

A Five-Minute Guide to Medieval Fabrics :http://www.medievalists.net/2015/06/11/a-five-minute-guide-to-medieval-fabrics/

Si quieres aprender a hacer tu traje medieval: Bejís Medieval: Taller de indumentaria medieval

Si quieres aprender a hacer tu traje medieval: Bejís Medieval: Taller de indumentaria medieval

The woman scrutching flax wears a short-sleeved green gown over her shift, with red pulled-on oversleeves. Her headwrap and apron are, of course, white linen.

The woman scrutching flax wears a short-sleeved green gown over her shift, with red pulled-on oversleeves. Her headwrap and apron are, of course, white linen.