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The top of the shoe is "whipped" with a contrasting color thread, both as decoration and to reinforce the edge (right). The sole extends well up the back of the heel, perhaps to provide some additional life to the shoes by keeping the heel seam up off the ground where it can't be scuffed.

The top of the shoe is "whipped" with a contrasting color thread, both as decoration and to reinforce the edge (right). The sole extends well up the back of the heel, perhaps to provide some additional life to the shoes by keeping the heel seam up off the ground where it can't be scuffed.

Free pattern for necklace Egypt | Beads Magic - 2 --U need Seed beads, 11/0, Bugle Beads

Free pattern for necklace Egypt | Beads Magic - 2 --U need Seed beads, 11/0, Bugle Beads

Shoe types found at Haithabu (from: Willy Groenman-Van Waateringe, Die Lederfunde von Haithabu)

Shoe types found at Haithabu (from: Willy Groenman-Van Waateringe, Die Lederfunde von Haithabu)

Free pattern for necklace Egypt | Beads Magic

Free pattern for necklace Egypt | Beads Magic

Anglo-Scandinavian Staeppescoh or Slipper  "Type 1"  (10th-11th Centuries) The typology is based on that used by Carlisle, although any errors in the interpretation here are likely to be mine. This one-piece-shoe from Jorvik generally resembles to the Lembecksburg Fohr Slipper.    This is a turnshoe. There is no upper binding stitch, except perhaps at the instep.    Sewing is most generally done with a 1 mm, or so, "thread" of leather lacing.

Anglo-Scandinavian Staeppescoh or Slipper "Type 1" (10th-11th Centuries) The typology is based on that used by Carlisle, although any errors in the interpretation here are likely to be mine. This one-piece-shoe from Jorvik generally resembles to the Lembecksburg Fohr Slipper. This is a turnshoe. There is no upper binding stitch, except perhaps at the instep. Sewing is most generally done with a 1 mm, or so, "thread" of leather lacing.

basic shoe pattern - would be good to put over normal shoes so you can wear whatever shoes you want.

basic shoe pattern - would be good to put over normal shoes so you can wear whatever shoes you want.

Fancy purse/pouch. Could make in either fabric (good embroidery display item!) or leather (if I do one in leather, I'll use dyed sinew to stitch the edges and make a tassel of silk floss in a matching color).

Fancy purse/pouch. Could make in either fabric (good embroidery display item!) or leather (if I do one in leather, I'll use dyed sinew to stitch the edges and make a tassel of silk floss in a matching color).

DiY Egyptian Colar Tutorial

DiY Egyptian Colar Tutorial

14th century frontlaced handmade leather shoes on etsy

14th century frontlaced handmade leather shoes on etsy