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Five simple techniques can make a wide range of jewelry to provide the finishing touch to your Tudor or Renaissance outfit.
Making a new outfit for a young Tudor lady.
Part 2: foresleeves, forepart, kirtle layers, and revisiting the smock.
A close look at an authentic Victorian dress, with many photos, construction and sewing details, and fashion plates of the time.
An eye-opening combination of machine sewing and delicate hand stitching.
Bonus article from FR
Making sense of ladies' underwear 1876-82.
2: What to wear over the corset and under the dress, plus fabrics.
Hecklinger's Ladies Garments, published in 1886, includes wonderful engravings of fashionable trimmings. We add the instructions!
We answer your questions about the Double Period Project and about lace knitting patterns.