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Category: Accessories > Do-It-yourself



Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern


Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern

Century: XV
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern. Medieval Market, Perfect for a medieval costume or part of it

Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, good idea for a medieval event
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, The main elements of the material are birds
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, perfect gift for someone close to you
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, this pattern dates back to the 15th century
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, can be used to sew both civilian and combat clothes
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, bird and animal motif
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, you can sew the simplest dress from it
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, 15th century pattern on natural linen
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, Animal motifs intertwine with plant ones here
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, the pattern shows birds and does
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, Contrasting colors will definitely make you stand out from the crowd
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, sew a gambeson of it
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, very interesting print - noticeable at a medieval event
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, Imagine yourself in such an outfit
Printed linen Birds and Does German pattern - Medieval Market, civilian and combat outfits, as well as dresses


CODE Material Standard Price
NoS1628see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR
NoS1629see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR
NoS1630see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR
NoS1631see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR
NoS1632see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR

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The natural method of distinguishing a costume during a reenactment event is choosing a printed fabric. How does it work? First of all, you can use it in a simple dress or cotte and be sure it will look like an expensive garment. What is more, even one part of clothing covered in pattern will attract the eye.



The Birds and Does pattern is available in a few colors:
NoS1628 / LDZGS0424 - black pattern on green/khaki background
NoS1629 / LDZCS0425 - black pattern on creamy background
NoS1630 / LDZBS0426 - black pattern on light blue background
NoS1631 / LDZGS0428 - red pattern on grey background
NoS1632 / LDZNS0427 - red pattern on blue background



What’s on the fabric?

Linen with a German pattern has a large, interesting printing. An animal theme is combined with a floral theme. The main decoration of a pattern are birds similar to pheasants and resting cervids (in our opinion, they are does). The whole is complemented by stems and fruits, reminiscent of artichokes cut in half and pomegranates.



Will I sew a gambeson or a civil clothing from this textile?

All our printed fabrics can be used for making a civil garment as well as a gambeson. We recommend mixing patterned fabric with some other textile to create a unique combination. Sometimes even one decorative element (like torso section, gussets or sleeves) of a gambeson, a cotte or a dress will make the whole project outstanding.

We are aware about the importance of historical compatibility of your outfit. This pattern is dated back to the 15th century and it represents the fashion of late-medieval Europe.



Birds and Does pattern and its origin

This textile was inspired by the well-preserved piece of textile stored in the Magyar Iparmvszeti Mzeum, Budapest. Linen fabric is dated back to the 15th century and made in the block printing technique. It comes from Germany.





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