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Re: [Authentic_SCA] In need of inspiration

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  • Elizabeth Walpole
    ... I agree, that embroidery motif looks late Elizabethan or even Jacobean to me so I would go for something 1580s-90s. Elizabeth ... Elizabeth Walpole
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 21, 2007
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      >>So, my question to you is: if the fabric were yours, what would you
      >>turn it in to? If you didn't
      >>have to worry about a specific century or region, what would you create?
      >>
      >>Here's a link to a picture of the fabric:
      >><http://web.mac.com/reluctantly/iWeb/Caryn%27s%20Website/Gallery.html>http://web.mac.com/reluctantly/iWeb/Caryn%27s%20Website/Gallery.html
      >
      >
      > Oh, that's just begging to made into an Elizabethan. (I'd say Tudor,
      > but I don't think you have enough for the big sleeves.) That linen
      > would make a gorgeous forepart and sleeves.
      >
      > Laurensa
      >
      I agree, that embroidery motif looks late Elizabethan or even Jacobean to me
      so I would go for something 1580s-90s.
      Elizabeth
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