Patterns of Fashion: The Cut and Construction of Clothes for Men and Women C1560-1620 by Janet Arnold Page 109 & 111. I created my pattern based on the drawings on page 109 & 111 and the pattern drawings on page 112. My garment will not have the embroidery or the same trim, buttons, etc. I do not want to copy the garment exactly.
Afternoon Dress (Bustle) c.1878. The Central School Of Art and Design, London. A dress of cream taffeta, with a scarf draperu of dream silk in an open lace pattern. The bodice is lined with white cotton to the hips and boned at the center back (21,5") underarm (6,5") 1/2
greenland gown, bog find, cotehardie, houpelande, currently trying to flat pattern draft a gothic fitted dress similar to those in the limburg book of hours using measurements and the basic shapes of the extant pieces