The Orkney Hood gives a fascinating glimpse into Iron Age fashion. The herringbone twill weave mixes sophisticated Danish elements with simpler sections made from the brown wool of the Orkney moorit sheep. Experts think it’s a Viking garment remade by Scottish weavers; an early example of a global design being recycled locally.
To read: Jacqui Wood "The Orkney Hood and an ancient re-cycled textile" [PDF]
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Just a little set of photos I never uploaded from that day! And guess who’s very, very tired on that last one..
Scarification performed by Iestyn Flye Seven, Calm Bodymodification, Stockholm
moss covered boots, bedfordale