In this final part, Constance demonstrates a pink silk covered rebato and a recreation from Patterns of Fashion 4.
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In part 2 of this series, Constance shows us how to put theory into practice and make an Elizabethan rebato.
How did ruffs defy gravity? Ruff enthusiast Constance goes in search of historical accuracy to construct the ultimate supportasse.
Fabric manipulation gives gorgeous results - without spending money on trims. Lauren shows us how she's used smocking.
What can colour mean? Kat invites us to explore the Medieval world of symbolism, meaning and magic through a rainbow of dyestuffs.
Vivid colors can be achieved with plant-based dyes. Kat of Medieval Colours shows us how to dye yarns using a popular Medieval dyeplant.
What would it be like to work on a BBC sewing series? Hannah shares her story of working with the Tudor Tailor on "A Stitch in Time".
Building on the draft we made in the previous article, Emilie walks you though sewing your own classy, vintage inspired swimwear.
Making fabulous 1950's swimwear is simple with Emilie's guidance. Here's a basic pattern draft, with five classy style variations.
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