|Time range||1000-1600 CE|
|Era||early medieval, high Medieval, Late Medieval|
|Countries/cultures||Western European, Central European|
|Maker||Vincent De Vere,|
Basic gathered apron made from one yard of linen fabric
This apron is made from three pieces with two long narrow strips sewn into the waistband and one large rectangle gathered along the waistband to form the main portion of the apron.
Aprons are easily constructed accessories that are also functional accessories to use with your SCA clothing. They can easily be made in a few minutes by machine or just a couple hours by hand. They add to the completeness of an ensemble by adding another layer to the look. They are also very functional in protecting the clothing beneath it.
- linen blends
- cotton blends
c 1300-c 1340, The Decretals of Gregory IX, edited by Raymund of Penyafort (or Peñafort); with the glossa ordinaria of Bernard of Parma in the margin.
|Source of Period Pic||British Library|
|Model||Vincent de Vere|
|Photographer||Vincent De Vere|