My blog about medieval leatherwork

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Mikkel Frederiksen
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My blog about medieval leatherwork

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I just thought that i would do a bit of advertiseing for my blog.

I write about historical crafts, with focus on the medieval period. Most of my projects are about leatherwork, but it also happens that I do some wood-working or other things that i find interesting. And I try to post as many picrures as possible.

Mostly i make different kinds of acessories for medieval clothes (belts, purses, bags, needlecases ect.).

http://mikkelf84.livejournal.com


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Hope you find it interesting :-)

/Mikkel

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zauberdachs
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Post by zauberdachs »

very nice
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Great site, don't you make classy stuff- very impressed- I aspire to making such things soon....
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Very impressed, great to see such a range of shapes and styles.

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Post by Alexander Borum »

yeah Mikkel makes items with a true "show off" potential :)

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