German Brick Stitch - I like the middle method. From "A Stitch Out of Time" 14th and 15th Century German Counted Thread Embroidery  by Master Richard Wymarc (Timothy J. Mitchell)

German Brick Stitch - I like the middle method. From "A Stitch Out of Time" and Century German Counted Thread Embroidery by Master Richard Wymarc (Timothy J.

An embrodered bag Date:Late 14th Century. Place of origin:Unknown. Current location:Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Reference Collection, Dress and Textiles Department, Cat. # 8313-1863.

An embrodered bag Date:Late Century. Place of origin:Unknown. Current location:Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Reference Collection, Dress and Textiles Department, Cat.

Medieval Embroidery – German Brick Stitch Pattern #1

I decided to start with a posting about my German Brick Stitch Pattern before I post about my second pattern. Enjoy the picture of my pouch worked in the first German Brick Stitch pattern.

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Medieval Arts & Crafts

Here is the next pattern from this late century German embroidered hanging at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

Embroidery for 14th c. purse by herbwalker.deviantart.com on @deviantART

WIP - Because I don't already do enough tedious type artistic endeavors I decided to try my hand at embroidery for the first time in.

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