Magos József
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Reenactment of a medieval needle box  Valid for a period going from 9th centuries to 11th centuries

Recreation of a medieval needle case, C. The link no longer goes to the pictured case (probably sold; this is a commercial site) but I want it for the detail showing cord attaching the stopper to the case.

Figure 82. Ruvettus hook, snood lashing. a, left side: snood lashing commenced as in figure 79; figure-of-eight turns have four loops (1–4) in order below knob (9) and three loops (1′–3′) in order above knob; snood (8) shown on inner side of shank (10) but details of wrapping omitted; crossings of loops in middle line over snood; lashing cord (7) passes obliquely upward after making last lower loop (4). b, left side: cord makes three long loose loops (4′, 5,6) around snood, and end (7)…

a, left side: snood lashing commenced as in figure figure-of-eight turns have four loops in order below knob and three loops in order above knob; snood shown on inner side of shank but

Suomen Puukkoseura ry

Suomen Puukkoseura ry