Calontir has a great selection. I only wish they indexed by period or place. I mean, say I wanted to find italian trim for the mid 1500s. Something to thatMessage 1 of 55 , Oct 1, 2001View SourceCalontir has a great selection.
I only wish they indexed by period or place. I mean, say I wanted to find
italian trim for the mid 1500s. Something to that effect.
So.. anyone have any suggestions for mid 1500's venetian type trims? =)
(Come on, Lucia, I know YOU must!)
At 05:58 PM 10/1/01 -0400, you wrote:
>seen www.calontirtrim.com ??
> -----Original Message-----
> From: shannonthealien@... [mailto:shannonthealien@...]
> * What's the best way to make trim? The only trim I can find is gaudy
> and fake looking so I've decided to make my own. Suggestions?
> Anything and everything will be appreciated!!
> Thanks oh so very much,
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... Bella, if you wash organza, it loses its body. ... I made my partlet based on this portrait:Message 55 of 55 , Oct 10, 2001View Source--- Katarina Peregrine <katakira@...> wrote: >
Bella, if you wash organza, it loses its body.
>I made my partlet based on this portrait:
> Which portrait are you basing your partlet on? I can
> do some math and see if
> you have enough beads.
and I did have enough - I have about 40 left over.
Even if I had decided to bead *every* intersection I
would have had enough. But as I chose not to bead that
section of the partlet below the neckline (it would
have been a waste and uncomfortable) I got leftovers.
Thanks for the offer anyway. Oh, and I did wash the
organza, but there's no loss of body. :)
Bella Lucia da Verona
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