Dagged Clothing
Textiles and Clothing, c.1150-1450 (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London)

Medieval Textiles and Clothing 9

Period Patterns 23: Men's Cotehardies and Hoods

Reconstructing History 22: 14th Century Man's Cotehardie Pattern

This page provides examples of dagged clothing, mostly from the 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries, on men and women. It offers examples of different garments that show dagged decoration, as well as different dagging patterns that were used on medieval garments.

Documentable Details includes a few extant examples of dagged textiles, taken from Textiles and Clothing. See also “The Iconography of Dagged Clothing and Its Reception by Moralist Writers” in Medieval Clothing and Textiles 9.

See also Adventures in Dagging and Adventures in Dagging; 14th century Dagge manufacturing Techniques from archaeological examples.