Kelsey, I made this Norwegian Viking Tunic for my brother-in-law out of three yards of IL019 in Buckthorn Br...

KELSEY

"I made this Norwegian Viking Tunic for my brother-in-law out of three yards of IL019 in Buckthorn Brown, and the trim out of some scraps of IL019 in Bluebonnet. He wears it in our Viking Age Reenactment Group. His undertunic is also off-white linen. "

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Christinealt4 years ago

Awesome! Looks fabulous and comfy, too.

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Annealt4 years ago

It belongs in a period piece film! :)

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Philipalt4 years ago

Looks sharp!

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Danalt4 years ago

looks comfortable.

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Francisalt4 years ago

Fantastic!

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Jeremiahalt4 years ago

Great colours and simple elegant lines.

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Edalt4 years ago

It looks very authentic, like he stepped out of an original painting.

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Shirley alt4 years ago

Talented young lady!

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Lisaalt4 years ago

beautiful work!

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Annalt4 years ago

Love it!

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Juliaalt4 years ago

The historical accuracy is amazing!

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Melissaalt4 years ago

Beautiful work - well done!

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Marinaalt4 years ago

Love it!

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Monicaalt4 years ago

What a beautiful tunic! Great job!

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Alyssaalt4 years ago

Wonderfully made! Looks like stepping back in time.

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Laurenalt4 years ago

Beautiful! Perfect, authentic color choices and tailoring!

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Philipalt4 years ago

Go Kelsey!

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Danalt4 years ago

stylish