Medieval Garments Reconstructed: Norse Clothing Patterns by Fransen et al

So as you can imagine things have been crazy, insane, a LOT little hectic around the EM household with our new little bundle of joy.  I’ve also been working on several freelance projects so what little time and sanity I have had after getting home from my day job has gone to those projects (one has to earn the kibble money after all) rather than my own.  But we have some events coming up on the horizon (including Gulf Wars!!!!) so naturally my mind has been percolating on projects.

I considered doing Turkish for Atlantian 12th Night, but I just couldn’t get excited about it, despite the awesome site for the event.  I also considered doing Norse again for Ymir but that just didn’t float my boat either.  And then I thought to myself, do I really need to go looking for a new project when I already have so many things on my list.  So I took a look at my 2013 Project List and Wardrobe Project.

I’ve really been wanting to try my hand at making some 10-gore gowns and I think those will fit in nicely with my Wardrobe Project.  To help with the project I picked up a copy of Medieval Garments Reconstructed: Norse Clothing Patterns.  I already had a copy of Woven Into the Earth and I’ve really enjoyed it.  I can’t wait to work with Medieval Garments Reconstructed.


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