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Want to make a pretty and supportive kirtle for your reenactment needs? Look no further, I have what you need here! (Actually, please do further, multiple sources for information is totally a thing…

When you think of medieval history or high fantasy, the picture just isn’t complete without a crown-wearing King or Queen. It’s very telling of our human nature

Top 100 Royal Crowns Ever

When you think of medieval history or high fantasy, the picture just isn’t complete without a crown-wearing King or Queen. It’s very telling of our human nature

light blue stay Tutorial- if you find the same issue with a smaller bust that does not puff up above the corset correctly. If you don't have time. Make a padded role. Make it dense. Hand sew it inside the corset and let your bust be supported by the roll. It works and is historical.

WIP 1539 Anne of Cleves Cranch collar Recreated by #Anne_de_Pisseleu_d_Heilly. German Tudor Renaissance gold leather paint, rub-n-buff, leather, metal choker as supportive base, red velvet lining

Cutlery Pockets Tutorial {Handmade Christmas} (Samelia's Mum : Quilting, Crafting & Cake)

Welcome to the next instalment of my my Handmade Christmas series. Festive Cutlery Pockets! Super cute and easy to make.     What you need: A. (2) 4 1/2” x 10 1/2” print fabrics (background) B. (1) 4