triangles of dots (was: Fabric Patterns)
- Brangwayna Morgan wrote:
> For 12th century England/France, other than the wide stripes, I'veThat pattern is referred to as "estencele". It represents sparks, and
> seen very little evidence of patterned fabric. There's one psalter
> manuscript that shows a pattern of three dots grouped in a triangle on
> a lot of the clothes but on further study I realized that it is pretty
> much only on Mary or Jesus and not on any secular figures, so it's
> probably not appropriate for me to make something with that pattern.
is a fairly popular medieval decorative motif which is also used in
Whether it was seen on clothing in your period, I don't know. But
maybe you can find more information now that you know what it's called.
Barony of Bryn Gwlad
Kingdom of Ansteorra