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Medieval Clothing - Basic Garments Women

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For those who prefer to make their own costuming, this is an instructional book for you. Learn how to make your own medieval clothing using the same techniques used by people who lived in the Middle Ages. Even a layman would know how to neaten fabric edges, attach sleeves and make cloth buttons or cords with metal points.

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How to Make Your Own Medieval Clothing: Basic Garments for Women is an instructional book written by Wolf Zerkowski and Rolf Fuhrmann. Learn how to make basic clothing, from petticoats to headgear, jacket and shoes--shown in easy to follow steps.

The garments presented in this book range from high to late Middle Ages (about 1200 to 1500 A.D.) and from a simple housemaid to the gentry. Admire this book’s beautiful coloured illustrations, using them for inspiration and to better understand the medieval social classes by their clothing and accessories. Clear, easy illustrations guide you through the entire process of making each garment. Learn about the sewing techniques used in the Middle Ages; these are skills even a layman would know!

FURTHER INFORMATION

  • Published by Zauberfeder
  • 64 full coloured pages
  • Paperback
  • ISBN-13: 978-3-938922040
  • Language: English
  • Size: 30 x 21 cm

  • Size: 30 x 21 cm
  • 64 full coloured pages

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Zauberfeder

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Book

Release date:

05/01/2008

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