RE: [SCA-Garb] How about this fabric print?
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Since you have helped me so much. What do you think about this
*I'm not sure. This looks more French Marie Antonette period then
Renaissance England. Anyone else?
Note that the fabric design is upside-down. This is known by the fleur de
lys' point is facing down.
<They are both a great print, but have stripes in them. I am not sure
of the authenticity of stripes.
You can find stripes within SCA period.
Just a few examples that I have easy access to. there are examples of
striped material in some portraits from other countries but I would have to
do a search for those. Someone has a site that documents strips and I think
plaids but I don't have the url.