I think this illustrates quite well how petite Nils Svantesson Sture must have been! It's a photo of the museum conservator dressing a model with his clothes, dated to 1567. Source: DigitaltMuseum/Upplandsmuseet, ID no: UB004637
Buff leather Jerkin 1571-1590 Museum of London
Late Tudor technique for shank buttons (documented back to the Mary Rose)
Rows of stitching on a reproduction jack of plate using linen canvas, unspun flax, and turned horn plates. Historical Interpretation - Daniel Rosen
Travelling outfit of Nils Sture, 1560. Suede doublet (probably of elk/moose?) originally dyed black, pants of camelote (defined as a very strong and impermeable fabric made of wool) in black wool, with pieces of velvet. Uppsala Cathedral.