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A simple, but good, pattern for a tunic.
Difficulty: Easy
Tutorial by Scion
A pattern for an 11th century Danish tunic by James Barker. This tutorial is hosted on his excellent website.
Difficulty: Moderate
Tutorial by James Barker
Sewing the neck opening on a tunic can be difficult. This tutorial explains an easy way to do it for simple neck opening shapes: circular, square, and v-neck.
Difficulty: Easy
Tutorial by Stellaria
This tutorial explains how to sew a keyhole-shaped neck opening on a tunic.
Difficulty: Easy
Tutorial by Stellaria
This tunic, based on archeological finds, is more difficult to make than a basic t-tunic, but makes up for the difficulty in its appearance and authenticity.
Difficulty: Moderate
Tutorial by Alric of Drentha
This tutorial, by James Barker, explains how to make the measurements for a pair of hosen. It is hosted on his excellent website.
Difficulty: Moderate
Tutorial by James Barker
Stellaria's apron dress is flattering, straightforward, and reinterprets a Viking pattern to create dress that women can fight in while still looking feminine.
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Tutorial by Stellaria
This cloak is so easy to make it feels like you're cheating. It is inspired by the cloaks worn in a number of illustrations in Anglo Saxon manuscripts and is an easy and reasonably accurate choice for a Saxon, Viking, or other 'dark ages' (or 'dark ages' inspired fantasy) character.
Difficulty: Very Easy
Tutorial by Alric
Basic footwear for celtic-ey or viking-ey types. These shoes are easy, rough, and look kinda cool.
Difficulty: Easy
Tutorial by Stellaria