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Archer • 1 year ago

Handmade by Gina Barrett for The Tudor Tailor in 100% silk and finished with Gary Smedley's excellent brass aiglets. 6 foot (180cm) lace in red and white silk 60.00 pounds This is made using the loop-in-loop method I posted in the NJ Ren Faire cast group on FB. We need to get this aiglet thing figured out.

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