- The Museum of Loindon books cover seams from the 12-14th centurys, and of course the Arnold books cover some from the 16th. Then, there se woven in to theMessage 1 of 4 , Oct 1, 2011View SourceThe Museum of Loindon books cover seams from the 12-14th centurys, and of
course the Arnold books cover some from the 16th. Then, there'se "woven in
to the earth," which also discusses seams.
On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 8:11 PM, Quokkaqueen <quokkaqueen@...> wrote:
> > Anyone have those links to the descriptions of the types of seams that
> have been found in extant garments
> Sadly, these will mostly be earlier period than later, but...
> Heather Rose Jones' Archaeological Sewing:
> Seam treatments on the Viborg shirt:
> Brandenburgh, C.R. 2010. Early medieval textile remains from settlements in
> the Netherlands. An evaluation of textile production Journal of Archaeology
> in the Low Countries 2-1
> Pritchard, F. 1984. "Late Saxon Textiles from the City of London." Medieval
> Archaeology 28; 46-76.
> Walton Rogers, P. 1997. Textile Production at 16-22 Coppergate (Council for
> British Archaeology, York)
> And that's just what I could easily find online. :)
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- Thanks to both for the info (now, if I could just fdind my copy of the coppergate book :-) ArianwenMessage 2 of 4 , Oct 26, 2011View SourceThanks to both for the info (now, if I could just fdind my copy of the coppergate book :-)