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Items similar to Stunning Blue & Pearl Tudor Renaissance Elizabethan Style Headpiece w/ White Snood. 6c0b0fc7c6efdb109cd8ff2314e963d4.jpg (JPEG Image, 194 × 259 pixels) French Hood. I'm still waiting on some fabric to arrive, but my buckram arrived this weekend so I decided to work on my French hood.

French Hood

I cut out the pattern pieces in buckram first: And then I sewed millinery wire around all the edges of the pattern pieces. Here's the crescent pattern piece: And here's the brim: Next, I sewed baby flannel to smooth the surface of the pattern pieces. Les filets au crochet. Collaboween: DIY Hair Snood inspired by Da Vinci's La Bella Principessa.

How to Crochet a Holiday Snood. Project 7: Anne Boleyn Gown - Part Six - French Hood. Hello, blog.

Project 7: Anne Boleyn Gown - Part Six - French Hood

It feels so good to sit here with Rosewood Buttons after a short hiatus. My calendar has been filled with jury duty, training our new PR girl at work, and a weekend trade show that was about as exciting as a trip to the dentist. Project 7: Anne Boleyn Gown - Part Six - French Hood. Épinglé par Katheryn Hazlett sur Crafty Ideas. Category: Renaissance Costumes - Andrea Schewe Design. Category: Renaissance Costumes - Andrea Schewe Design. Résultats Google Recherche d'images correspondant à. Sew Exciting NeedleWorks. Goose Mother: You promised some insight on the creation of and the difficulties of making historically correct patterns.

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I’m really interested in learning about this. Andrea Schewe: Yes, I said I would talk about the problems of a modern pattern company making truly historically accurate sewing patterns. If you look back at old movies and photographs of theatrical costumes, up until about 30 or 40 years ago all the “period” costumes were basically whatever the contemporary fashion silhouette of the time was, made to look sort of like the desired period. Examples such as this 1920s Martha Washington pattern issued by Butterick or this costume Sarah Bernhardt wore in her 1912 movie of Queen Elizabeth I make this point vividly.

Really … check out any period film from the 1930s through the 1960s or 1970s.