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Chinese method of pattern making- Darts on a bodice - Svet Lana - Álbumes web de Picasa

Picasa Web Albums - Svet Lana - Chinese metho...

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chaussons

Repiny - Most inspiring pictures and photos!

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corded pin tucks

Nancy's Couture: Corded Pintucks Tutorial

nancyscouture.blogspot.com.au

turnshoe - medieval boot pattern

Historical Shoe Designs/Number 25

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How to Take in your Jeans Waist - Step by Step Tutorial

How to Take in a Jeans Waist

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Are your jeans just a little snug in the waist? Learn the easiest way to Let Out the Waistband on Jeans. It only takes a few minutes to find comfort. www.seasonedhomem...

How to Let Out the Waistband on Jeans

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Must-sew for the season: the shell top. Here's one I…

Pattern Hall of Fame: The Basic Shell Top

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Quilty Habit: Pebble Cascade: A Finished Quilt. Love the quilting.

Pebble Cascade: A Finished Quilt

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How to Take Your Measurements For Sewing from Professor Pincushion. Lots of info at her website.

Love this 3-in-1 backpack bag.

This Maker’s Lookbook Shows You How to Style Your New Fave Spring Bag

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Bust Shaping with Panel Lines at Dior | The Cutting Class. Christian Dior, SS15, Haute Couture, Paris, Image 5. Dior dart absorbs additional bust shaping.

Bust Shaping with Panel Lines at Dior - The Cutting Class

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details such as edging, clips?, pinned sleeve, edging on the veils, this is wow details.

Love the way it laces up the side

Maciejowski sleeve attachment, showing the shorter attachment in front and longer attachment in back.

nice example of stitching. I don't understand why people didn't overlap the fabric though (pull both edges to one side). It seems much stronger and would have kept out drafts.

Close-up of Hedeby-inspired serk by Ciar, showing side gores and sleeve piecing. She says the pattern was based on diagrams from Inga Hägg’s Die Textilfunde aus dem Hafen von Haithabu

Hedeby serk construction

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TUDOR TAILOR- Fantastic place for Henrician to 1600's patterns, Fabrics and information!

Elizabethan/early 17th century coif cap tutorial

How to sew an antique pulled thread and rolled hem ~ baroque embellishments blog

Baroque Embellishments: Antique or Rolled Hem

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The Art of Kilt making

Kilt Hire Edinburgh | Kilts | Kilt Jackets | Sporrans | Brogues

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Easy instructions for how to start handsew 16th century German clothing

Basic stitches for handsewing

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How to make a Muslin shell to try out, and adjust, the fit of your pattern.

How to make a muslin for a dress bodice | Sewaholic

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A great page with a variety of patterns for late period coifs.

>The Marquess of Winchesters Regiment | English Civil War Reenactment | re-enactment guidelines | Coifs

marquisofwinchesters.co.uk

Suz from PatchworknPlay chose Denyse Schmidt Quilts and Robert Kaufman Fabrics Kona to make her first bright and colorful triangle quilt! "I used my favourite thread- #Aurifil! No.1231, which I call Pacific Lime of course!" To see more please visit patchworknplay.bl...