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Medieval Fabric Buttons Middle Ages 14th century Costume - Etsy France

****THIS IS NOT A PHYSICAL OBJECT!! YOU WILL RECEIVE A PDF TEMPLATE FILE.*** Medieval Fabric Buttons Tutorial This technique is used to create fabric buttons, based on historical examples from the 14th century. These buttons may be used on medieval and fantasy projects, SCA and larp costumes, and even modern fashion designs! This project is perfect for your next reenactment or fantasy project! This listing is for a PDF tutorial with photographic steps. Please note this tutorial is for the…

Menu Ideas for Busy Moms: DIY Medieval Torches, Chandeliers, and Banners

Our church hosted a "Kingdom Chronicles" VBS this year so I needed to come up with some simple and inexpensive medieval decorations. Here's what I made... Poster board torches (Yield 10) 3 sheets of each red, orange, and yellow tissue paper 2 sheets of black poster board (you can get 5 cones from each sheet) staples hot glue gun 11" quarter circle made using a measuring tape and pencil like a compass sticky tack or pushpins to hand the torches with Roll your quarter circle into a cone Add…

Nalbinding needles are cut out from very strong and hard oak wood. Needles are with elongated eyes. Preserved with linseed oil and bees wax mix. No wrinkles, no sharp corners - don't damage yarn. The smooth finish moves easily through the stitches. Nalbinding needles will give you years of service.You can choose any needle length you need!It is 100% hand made, using only traditional craftsman hand tools. Each needle is unique.If you wish special length needle or different widths, or hole sizes p

Nalbinding needles are cut out from very strong and hard oak wood. Needles are with elongated eyes. Preserved with linseed oil and bees wax mix. No wrinkles, no sharp corners - don't damage yarn. The smooth finish moves easily through the stitches. Nalbinding needles will give you years of service. You can choose any needle length you need! It is 100% hand made, using only traditional craftsman hand tools. Each needle is unique. If you wish special length needle or different widths, or hole…

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This simple little no sew drawstring pouches are great for holding tiny treasures! All you need is felt and string and some charms or beads if desired!

This simple little no sew drawstring pouches are great for holding tiny treasures! All you need is felt and string and some charms or beads if desired!

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During the Middle Age was common carrying small items like coins, keys, inside pouches or purses attached to the belt. There are many archaeological and iconographical documents, you can search for…

A carved selection of tools used for needle binding, braiding or weaving.

As much as I love working with bone and horn, I have enjoyed carving various hardwoods into craft tools. Below is a selection of tools used for needle binding, braiding or weaving. All have been carved from either boxwood, ironwood, ash or bamboo. The image below shows four slightly different styles of weaving shuttle. The weft thread is wound onto the shuttle to be passed through the shed in the warp threads. These styles are based on shuttle designs that have been in existence for many…

Plusieurs tutoriels en vidéo de "lucet"

Après la grande tendance du tricotin, place au lucet ! Cet accessoire est une fourche en bois à deux dents qui nous vient tout droit de l'époque des Vikings. Les tresses n'auront plus aucun secret pour vous. Même les plus jeunes pourront s'adonner...

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: October 2013

The Saint Thomas guild is a Dutch medieval re-enactment group. It represents the woodworking guild in Nimweghen around 1370. This blog will present their woodworking projects, medieval joinery and furniture as well as other crafts.