Patterns

Below you will find various patterns that I have made in the course of my projects. I have tried to format as many to PDF as possible. When printing them, be sure to double check the size they print at to make sure they are the right size. (This page is still under construction, check back later for more information)

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A Card Board Medieval Headdress Covered with Fabric

Click here to learn more about this project and how to construct the headdress!

A little Blackwork Flower
A little Blackwork Flower

A little blackwork flower charted from an extant piece. To learn about how I made this pattern click here and to read about the finished result click here.

A Lion from the Bayeux Tapestry

A Bayeux Tapestry Lion in Laid and Couched Stitches

This lion comes to you straight from the Bayeux Tapestry Margenalia! The pattern below shows the exact stitches that were used on the Bayeux tapestry as well as the color notes.

Lacis

This pattern was charted from an extant lacis work

A Little Needle Case
Needle Case Pattern

This is a simple little needle book pattern that I made for those following along with the embroidery patterns. It can be made with a very small amount of fabric entirely by hand. Check out the link above for information on the construction.

Applique Pattern
An Applique Needle Case Pattern

A simple applique pattern for a needle case.

A German Brick Stitch Patterned Needle Case
A German Brick Stitch Pattern Needlecase

These are two patterns charted from an extant embroidery of German Brick Stitch. This is a counted embroidery pattern.

Italian Cross Stitch Counted Needle Case
Italian Cross Stitch Needlecase

This pattern was charted from an extant model book from the 1500s!

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