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14th century English dress
Made by: me
Photos taken at UofT in Toronto
The cotehardie is of shetland wool twill with a four-gored skirt and front lacing. The kirtle is of grey linen, also with a four-gored skirt and front lacing, and it has self-fabric buttons running up the sleeves from wrist to elbow. Underneath is a white linen shift. The hoot is of a thin green and black wool twill, lined with dark grey linen. It has a long liripipe in back and self-fabric buttons at center front. The belt is of cotton velvet, with brass and pewter findings. Everything you see here was 100% hand-stitched by me.
Here is the grey linen kirtle on its own - [link]
Here are the two other photos of the raspberry wool cotehardie - [link]