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Great blog post about Hair and Headscarves. I had to use Google translate!~JL

Great blog post about Hair and Headscarves. I had to use Google translate!~JL

Elinor Clifford: Tailor: Flemish coif

Elinor Clifford: Tailor: Flemish coif

Historical headcovering article with pictures and diagram: The 13th- to 16th-century style women's silk or linen caps, known as "huve," "huvete," "Saint Birgitte caps," could be worn alone or under a veil, by Isis on Medieval Silkwork blog (4 Feb. 2008).

Historical headcovering article with pictures and diagram: The 13th- to 16th-century style women's silk or linen caps, known as "huve," "huvete," "Saint Birgitte caps," could be worn alone or under a veil, by Isis on Medieval Silkwork blog (4 Feb. 2008).

12th Century Women's Fashion

12th Century Women's Fashion

Ett vikingaliv: Birgittahätta

Ett vikingaliv: Birgittahätta

Frauen Erbe

Frauen Erbe

Medieval

Medieval

How to fit a supportive cotehardie. A really well done tutorial on getting that perfect fit!

How to fit a supportive cotehardie. A really well done tutorial on getting that perfect fit!

15th century dress by ~halloumi on deviantART

15th century dress by ~halloumi on deviantART

La crépine ou filet à cheveux - Cité d'Antan                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

La crépine ou filet à cheveux - Cité d'Antan Plus

I keep losing this site! How to wear various veils.

I keep losing this site! How to wear various veils.

▶ How to wear the Schleier & Bundlen, Early Modern German Veil Wraps - Wonderfully clear demonstration

▶ How to wear the Schleier & Bundlen, Early Modern German Veil Wraps - Wonderfully clear demonstration

Wimple plans - looks simple enough!

Wimple plans - looks simple enough!

Short article on alternatives for 14th and 15th century headwear. How to wear a St. Birgitta's Cap, veil and wimple and veil combo

Short article on alternatives for 14th and 15th century headwear. How to wear a St. Birgitta's Cap, veil and wimple and veil combo

White fabric caps can be seen relatively often on women in medieval art from the 13th to 15th centuries. Examples are known from Italy, France, The Low Countries, and Scandinavia.  Reconstruction with pattern - http://www.textilverkstad.se/pdf/funderingar_kring_en_huva.pdf

White fabric caps can be seen relatively often on women in medieval art from the 13th to 15th centuries. Examples are known from Italy, France, The Low Countries, and Scandinavia. Reconstruction with pattern - http://www.textilverkstad.se/pdf/funderingar_kring_en_huva.pdf

medieval veils - Google Search

medieval veils - Google Search