Women's Hood Bibliography

And if you Somehow made it to this page before the documentation it belongs to, go to my post 14th Century Woman's Hood


Ostergard, Else. Woven into the Earth.  (Aarhus University Press, 2nd Edition, 2009).
Crowfoot, E., Pritchard, F. & Staniland, K.   Medieval finds from excavations in London: 4. Textiles and Clothing 1150 – 1450.  (Boydell Press, 2001).
Huisman, Hans.  Degradation of Archaeological Remains.  (Sdu Uitgevers b.v; Den Haag, 2009) <https://www.academia.edu/1971368/Degradation_of_archaeological_remains>[Accessed 12-1-2014]
Charlotte Zificsak (Lady Mathilde).  Navy/black wool late 14th c. hood with liripipe, and blue silk edging and buttonholes (March 2004)  <http://www.mathildegirlgenius.com/NorthernLights/HoodDocs.pdf>[Accessed 12-1-2014}
Catherine (Katafalk blog). Open hood with card / tablet woven edge. (April 2014).< http://katafalk.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/open-hood-with-card-tablet-woven-edge/>[Accessed 12-1-14]
Merouda Tremayne. 14th Century Garment Construction Techniques.  (May 2002). < http://medievaltailor.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/sewing-techniques-paper1.pdf>[Accessed 12-1-2014]
Kelly, Tasha Dandelion.  How to Sew a Medieval Buttonhole Left-Handed.  (October 2013?). < http://cottesimple.com/tutorials/how-to-sew-medieval-buttonhole/left-handed/>  [Accessed 12-1-14]
Larsdatter, Karen. Women’s Hoods.   <http://larsdatter.com/hoods.htm#women>[Accessed 12-1-14]
Photos: Image of the London Hood (Picture 1) originally from Crowfoot.
 University of Chicago Library. Le Roman de la Rose, r.81.  (c. 1365) <http://roseandchess.lib.uchicago.edu/view.php?doc=1380&obj=173>[Accessed 12-1-14]
Pierpont Morgan Library. MS G.24, fol. 4r  (c. 1350) <http://corsair.themorgan.org/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=260118>  [Accessed 12-1-14]

All other images belong to me.

[i]  Mathilde, pp. 3

[ii] Ostergard, pp. 203-218

[iii] Huisman, pp. 88

[iv] Ostergard, pp. 100

[v] Crowfoot, pp. 160-61

[vi] Crowfoot, pp. 161

[vii] Ostergard, P. 105   (I modified the technique slightly, so the strands lay around the edge.)

[viii] Crowfoot, pp. 161

[ix] Ostergard, pp. 203-18

[x] Ostergard, pp. 203-18

[xi] Ostergard, pp. 214  (The conclusions are also based on my own research towards recreating the garment)

[xii] Kelly

[xiii] Tremayne, pp. 4.  Button #2 Stuffed Buttons

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