A free embroidery pattern after a historical source.
This pattern is based on a wood carving decorating a historic parlour exhibited in the Museum of Tyrolean Regional Heritage in Innsbruck, Austria.
This pattern is well suited to be embroidered in a variety of stitches - from simple line stitches to complex filling stitches.
Just let your creativity run wild!
I am a self-taught stitcher from Austria with a deep fascination for medieval embroidery. I have specialized in recreating extant embroidered items such as alms and reliquary pouches and loves to share my knowledge on historic embroidery techniques. I am so happy you are here. Let the fun with needle and thread begin!
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