Friday, December 30, 2011


Lucet weave cord for the drawstring.
You can see the eyelets for the tie cord, the backside view
of the backstitching and the lucet weave tie cord.

The trousers from the Daetgen Mose are made from asymmetric and
irregularly shaped pieces fabric, made ill-fittingly as to provide comfort when riding horses.

Nille Glaesel in her book “Viking” states on page 108 that
 “Not many trousers are represented in Viking Age finds."
Damendorf: Migration Period: …The seat of the trousers is made of a squarish piece of cloth and two triangular pieces provide fullness at the thigh."

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