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Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Laste

On January 28, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The seventh installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Fifthe

On January 27, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The second installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Forth

On January 26, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The second installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Third

On January 23, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The Third installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Seconde

On January 20, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The second installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Firste

On January 19, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

Our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Coming Next Week — A New Sewing Project!

On January 17, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

Are you intimidated by sewing projects? Well, our next project is designed just for you. Read on…

A Manly Gown

On June 6, 2008, Posted by , In Medieval, tagged in , With No Comments

What does a stylish 15th century man wear you ask? Read on…

Too Many Layers — Part 1

The reasons behind clothing layering in the Middle Ages.

Evolution of the V-necked Gown

On May 25, 2008, Posted by , In Medieval, tagged in , , With No Comments

A collection of V-neck gown portraits