Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Help with fabric
- There is a book available at the Fashion Institute of Technology library if
nowhere else, which is entirely examples and patterns from the Metropolitan
Museum's collection of embroidery. I'm afraid I don't know the title. I just
used it once as a source, and I remember it covering that time period, though not
neccessarily that location. Possibly it's still available from the museum
itself. At any rate, they could surely tell you what you need to locate it.
- Why not contact the Acadian Historic Village in Quebec
they may have a list of reference books available.
Brad Gould wrote:
> I'm looking for examples of 1600's embroidery, preferably of the
> Acadian settlers of Atlantic Canada.
> Thanks, Brad
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