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037 - Kleid mit Schleppenaermelbliaut

Dress Schleppenaermelbliaut - Not exactly a bliaut; not exactly a cotehardie. German company (in case you couldn't guess).

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Lady Jane Howard's sleeve photographed by Gar Travis. Sleeve design inspired by…

how to make an italian renaissance beaded hairnet (called a snood or caul)(How To Make Dress Sewing)

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Puffed Paned Sleeve Construction: The Italian Showcase - Elaine at the Realm of Venus

historical sewing tutorial Puffed Paned Sleeve Construction: The Italian Showcase - Elaine at the Realm of Venus

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Six Maids of Honour attended on Queen Elizabeth II at the 1953 coronation. They wore cream silk satin dresses edged with gold tissue with embroidery designs of trailing flowers and foliage. Designer Norman Hartnell planned for the embroidery to cascade do

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Nice Gown with partlet, great matching combo of jewellery to enliven simple material, plus can reuse on other outfits

EXCELLENT how to for making hats by hand!!! CFGriffith.com » Late 18th Century Picture/Gainsborough Hat

Patterns used: – None (my own design, based off a few paintings). – Basic construction tips from various sites, such as (I pretty much read how others did it and then just went with wha…

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Doll’s bonnet, ca 1840 France, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston “ Doll’s bonnet of dark blue satin faced with yellow taffeta with light blue ribbon ties, trimmed on top with wreath of artificial.

Pretty recreation--surcot and kirtle with wimple and kerchief ca. 1340 - 1400

Surcoat and kirtle with wimple and kerchief. Note the metal dress ornaments on the surcoat. Schoenfeld Schoenfeld B Sawicki

This custom Elizabethan Renaissance dress was created by me, The Very Merry Seamstress. Want to see more? Visit www.verymerryseamstress.com . Don't see what you want? Send me an email with a sketch of what you're looking for. I can make any garment you need - whether it's a wedding gown, faire bodice or a highly-detailed, sculptured costume for a convention.

This custom Elizabethan Renaissance dress was created by me, The Very Merry Seamstress. I can make any garment you need - whether it's a wedding gown, faire bodice or a highly-detailed, sculptured costume for a convention.

16th Century Venetian gown, made of damask and trimmed with lace, silk and pearls.  View 1 of 2.  Beautiful pearl detail.

Century Venetian gown, made of damask and trimmed with lace, silk and pearls. View 1 of Beautiful pearl detail.

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