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Extant Medieval Hairnet photos on the Web « February 20, 2011 at 6:16 pm | Posted in Netting | 9 Comments I have been trying to track down as many extant hairnets from the middle ages as possible, to use in my research of medieval netting. I thought that since I am hopefully not the only person interested in such things that posting a listing of as many of the hairnets as I could find might be helpful to others. Because I am unsure of exactly how the copyright laws work, most of these are just links to where you can actually find the pictures. 1. a hairnet made of silk (1300) that is apparently in the Germanisches National Museum in Nurmberg. Extant Medieval Hairnet photos on the Web «
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Le blog de Bidouillette Vendredi 16 août 2013 5 16 /08 /Août /2013 05:14 J'avoue avoir été sceptique!!! Et surtout ne buvant pas de jus, mais l'eau du robinet, ne buvant pas de lait, il a fallu m'en procurer! Je les ai laissés tremper toute une nuit, histoire de les nettoyer!

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CreationsSpoolknitting CreationsSpoolknitting SPOOL KNITTING: New! 'Keep Calm and Carry On' woven banner During WW2, the British people were exhorted to 'Keep Calm and Carry On' Excellent advice!
Needleprint France Needleprint France La prochaine fois que vous vous trouverez à Edimbourg, traversez le fameux Forth Bridge, tournez à gauche et suivez la côte sur quelques kilomètres jusqu'à ce que vous arriviez à la jolie Culross (demandez Cooros). C'est à cet endroit que, à la fin du 16e siècle et au début du 17e, Sir George Bruce commença à exploiter des mines de charbon profondément sous le Firth of Forth. Le charbon était facilement distribué par bateau sur le long des régions côtières et il était aussi exportés vers les Pays-Bas. Les bateaux déchargeaient le charbon et prenaient du leste à bord pour le voyage de retour : des tuiles de toit hollandaises.
How to Build a Coracle The coracle is an ancient boat (often used for fishing) dating back to at least the Roman invasion of Britain Like the currach (or curragh), the coracle is relatively simple in its construction. These small one person vessels are in essence, a large basket made of either a bent lath or round wood frame covered [...]

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