- The hanging sleeves are in Janet Arnold s Patterns of Fashion , they had bobbin lace as trim, but Dee preferred to have the accents match the forepart. TurrelMessage 1 of 31 , May 1, 2001View SourceThe hanging sleeves are in Janet Arnold's "Patterns of Fashion", they
had bobbin lace as trim, but Dee preferred to have the accents match
> Ohhhhhhhh mmmmmyyyyyyy Gggggaaaawwwwdddd!!!!figure for it yet, but it is so elegant! Where did you find the
> I want this dress!!! That is absolutely beautiful! I haven't the
documentation for this type of dress, hanging sleeves, etc?
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- Fantastic! Thank you, Vangelista :-) Ragna Off to Stalk the Wild Linen Threads... ... From: ivinian To:Message 31 of 31 , Apr 10, 2003View SourceFantastic! Thank you, Vangelista :-)
Off to Stalk the Wild Linen Threads...
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From: "ivinian" <ivinian@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 04:19
Subject: [SCA-Garb] Re: Linen Thread
> Hedgehog Handworks ( http://www.hedgehoghandworks.com ) definitely
> carries linen thread, in several weights and many colors. I've
> ordered from them several times very happily. They're run by a very
> gracious SCA lady.