RH020 — 14th century Women’s Accessories

(1 customer review)


14th century Women’s Medieval Accessories sewing pattern



You need our 14th century accessories pattern

Buy our full-size paper pattern with complete instructions and historical notes for 14th century Woman’s accessories including hood with and without liripipe, shift or smock, hose (cloth stockings), veil, wimple, and instructions for arranging your hair in braids 14th century style.

Fits busts 27″-50″. All Sizes in one envelope. Historical notes and embellishment suggestions included.

Suggested Fabrics:
light weight to coat weight wool for hose and hood
light to medium weight linen for shift, veil, wimple

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Additional information

Weight 225 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable

1 review for RH020 — 14th century Women’s Accessories

  1. skonzelman1 (verified owner)

    So I bought this pattern to make the shift in preparation for a 14th century outfit I’m in the process of making.
    While the assembly is easy, I thought the pattern was missing some construction steps. I found the instructions self explanatory, it might not be to someone who is more of a beginner level. For example, it leaves out the steps of sewing the two halves of the front pieces together and the two back halves, and also misses sewing the front to the back at the shoulders.
    Because its a basic shift, I didnt do a mockup and just did it with some cotton i had on hand. The neckline is rather huge and nearly falls off the shoulder, and that was before i even finished the edge with a roll hem. The sleeves are also really big and arent close fitting, which doesn’t match the picture on the front of the pattern. This may work if that’s you’re aesthetic, but not ideal if you plan on wearing a kirtle with tighter sleeves.

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