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viking gown * i think i will make this as well i got some cloth that will do it realy nice

viking gown * i think i will make this as well i got some cloth that will do it realy nice

Viking Apron Dresses with fantastic applique. http://www.bogpages.com/SCA-photographs/2011/Ymir/16044370_bXK6Gw#!i=1204096289=fogDP

Viking Apron Dresses with fantastic applique. http://www.bogpages.com/SCA-photographs/2011/Ymir/16044370_bXK6Gw#!i=1204096289=fogDP

Viking - back of apron.    Hedeby style as used by Svartland. I like the back-straps being closer together.

Viking - back of apron. Hedeby style as used by Svartland. I like the back-straps being closer together.

Mother/daughter apron dresses.  Note the trim both on the top and at the hem.  By ~Laerad on DeviantArt.

Mother/daughter apron dresses. Note the trim both on the top and at the hem. By ~Laerad on DeviantArt.

Annika Madejska's latest Viking outfit.  Her blog entry makes it clear that the tablet weaving at the top of her front cloth and apron dress is woven onto the edge of the fabric, a technique found at Hogom and other early finds.

Annika Madejska's latest Viking outfit. Her blog entry makes it clear that the tablet weaving at the top of her front cloth and apron dress is woven onto the edge of the fabric, a technique found at Hogom and other early finds.

Viking Winter Sacrifice at Lofotr Viking Museum Photo: Eirik Eidissen

Viking Winter Sacrifice at Lofotr Viking Museum Photo: Eirik Eidissen

side lace apron overdress - Google Search

side lace apron overdress - Google Search

Hilde Thunem's apron dress, or "smokkr,"  based upon the Køstrup, Denmark, find.  Note that this dress is also made from multiple pieces like the Hedeby-based dresses, but it has additional shaping from tiny pleats at the center front (the Køstrup piece was pleated).  It's also worth noting that the pleats on this dress extend lower than on most recreations based upon the Køstrup find.

Hilde Thunem's apron dress, or "smokkr," based upon the Køstrup, Denmark, find. Note that this dress is also made from multiple pieces like the Hedeby-based dresses, but it has additional shaping from tiny pleats at the center front (the Køstrup piece was pleated). It's also worth noting that the pleats on this dress extend lower than on most recreations based upon the Køstrup find.

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