Re: [Authentic_SCA] Re: braiding trim
- I have a friend who has successfully woven trim from this braid using
rat-tail cord, so I can attest the pattern is solid, if nothing else.
Margaret, who's going to sail over to Laurellen's website; hadn't been there
in a dog's age
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> --- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, "Ghita Amati" <djmccreary@>Card weaving would work, too.
> > Does anyone have any links on how to braid or weave your own trims?
- At 11:33 AM 12/4/2006, you wrote:
>Does anyone have any links on how to braid or weave your own trims? Ihttp://www.vertetsable.com has some instructions on passementerie.
> >cont find anything but pre-made trim online, and I cant see going to
> >all this trouble to hand sew a dress, to add machine made trim on top
> >of it...
>Sorry for not adding this in the first post..
> >Does anyone have any links on how to braid or weave your own trims?
> What era are you talking about?
14th Century Italian cotehardie is the gown I am working on
now...except after I got done making it, it looks more like the French
gowns than the Italian...something in the sleeves I think...for a
first try I like it.