Skjoldehamn Viking Hood with Ægishjálmur Embroidery  by Wyrdcraft, $65.00

Skjoldehamn Viking Hood with Ægishjálmur Embroidery от Wyrdcraft

Diese Rune ist bekannt als Vegvisir, Isländisch für Wegweiser und manchmal auch als der Viking-Kompass. Diese magischen Charme soll Führer den Weg zu helfen, ohne verloren zu gehen. Dies ist umgeben von allen 24 Zeichen des älteren Futhark.  Diese Aufkleber misst 3 1/2(8,89 cm) im Durchmesser und aus einem roten Zeichen Qualität Vinyl mit einer siebenjährigen Außeneinsatz auf einer vertikalen Oberfläche garantiert ist schneiden (wobei kein Hintergrund). Bei sachgemäßer Anwendung sollte dies…

Vegvisir ("the viking compass"). It is said that if this sign is carried, one will never lose one's way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known. It is encircled by protection runes. This would be a cool tattoo.

Viking period embroidery - Do more research myself, but it seems fairly well documented. I've also seen a LOT of what is presented here on other peoples costuming, so it must be fairly well accepted. Additionally, the rest of the site found by backtracking seems really good for more general Viking stuff.

Viking ösenstich (mesh stitch) variant worked somewhat like Vandyke stitch; probably worked directly with wire rather than with metal thread & needle. Article on Viking embroidery stitches @ www.

The pattern is based on the original Skjoldehamn hood, an archaeological find at Skjoldehamn (Skjold harbour) on the Norwegian island of Andøya, dated from between 995 to 1029 CE. This hood is made of a cream wool, and is entirely hand-sewn with a matching wool thread. I have included decorative stitching around the edges, as well as contrasting embroidery on the front panel in deep red/burgundy wool thread.

The pattern is based on the original Skjoldehamn hood, an archaeological find at Skjoldehamn (Skjold harbour) on the Norwegian island of Andøya, dated from between 995 to 1029 CE.

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