Authentic patterns from the Middle Ages -- imaginary creatures, people, birds, lettering, architecture, overall designs, and borders -- are here available for use by any craftsperson who uses graphed designs. The patterns have been taken from sources dating from the sixth to the sixteenth century C.E., and every sources is documented.
Whether you are a needleworker, a knitter, a weaver, a beader, a mosaic maker, a quilter, or a textile historian, this book should be in your library. It is filled with over 400 patterns to inspire you.
The book is 198 pages long.