Bias-cut plaid cote
- Greetings :) I am looking for documentation on a bias-cut plaid
cotehardie. I know I have seen a few pictures, and the particular one
I am thinking of is a woman standing, wearing a blue and red bias-cut
plaid cote. I would love to make one and document it... but I can't
find the picture. Anyone know which pic I am talking about and where
to find it?
Thanks for your help!!
- There are a couple of plaid dresses like this in the frescoes in the
Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. I'm pretty sure there are some Spanish dresses
that fit the bill as well but am not sure...
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- --- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, kittencat3@... wrote:
>Are these the Spanish dresses you are thinking of?
> I'm pretty sure there are some Spanish dresses
> that fit the bill as well but am not sure...
> sarah davies
Spain did that weird parti-colored cote that is solid on one side and
bias-cut plaid on the other. But, that webpage also shows just some
plain plaids, too, that might be what you are thinking of. I didn't
see the red and blue that the original poster asked about though.
There is also a short blog/picture from someone who has recreated the
Spanish cote. It can be found at:
I hope that helps a little.
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