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  • earhtmother
    While not really a sewing question this group seems the obvious place to go for the information I need. We are putting on Oliver at the end of the month &
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 6, 2007
      While not really a sewing question this group seems the obvious place
      to go for the information I need. We are putting on Oliver at the end
      of the month & need to fill a "street barrow" with period fabric, but I
      am unsure as to what all we can put in it. While we are trying to be
      as accurate as possible, time is now of the essence so any and ALL help
      is appreciated.

      Elaine
    • earhtmother
      While not really a sewing question this group seems the obvious place to go for the information I need. We are putting on Oliver at the end of the month &
      Message 2 of 5 , Feb 6, 2007
        While not really a sewing question this group seems the obvious place
        to go for the information I need. We are putting on Oliver at the end
        of the month & need to fill a "street barrow" with period fabric, but I
        am unsure as to what all we can put in it. While we are trying to be
        as accurate as possible, time is now of the essence so any and ALL help
        is appreciated.

        Elaine
      • teela depond
        try knocking on interior decorator s doors for end bolts of upholstery fabric and leathers and then wash it, distress it, etc.. we used alot of it 2 years ago
        Message 3 of 5 , Feb 6, 2007
          try knocking on interior decorator's doors for end bolts of upholstery fabric and leathers and then wash it, distress it, etc.. we used alot of it 2 years ago in a production and it looks great on the stage and reads homespun and old..te

          earhtmother <earhtmother@...> wrote: While not really a sewing question this group seems the obvious place
          to go for the information I need. We are putting on Oliver at the end
          of the month & need to fill a "street barrow" with period fabric, but I
          am unsure as to what all we can put in it. While we are trying to be
          as accurate as possible, time is now of the essence so any and ALL help
          is appreciated.

          Elaine






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        • Sylvia Rognstad
          Do you think the audience will be able to read the fabric that well? I think if you just put neutral or dark colored cottons, wools and linens in, that should
          Message 4 of 5 , Feb 6, 2007
            Do you think the audience will be able to read the fabric that well? I
            think if you just put neutral or dark colored cottons, wools and linens
            in, that should be fine. And plaids.

            Sylrog

            On Feb 6, 2007, at 5:39 PM, earhtmother wrote:

            > While not really a sewing question this group seems the obvious place
            > to go for the information I need. We are putting on Oliver at the end
            > of the month & need to fill a "street barrow" with period fabric, but
            > I
            > am unsure as to what all we can put in it. While we are trying to be
            > as accurate as possible, time is now of the essence so any and ALL
            > help
            > is appreciated.
            >
            > Elaine
            >
            >
            >

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          • teela depond
            HI-well it depends. cottons with polyester and other synthetics do not read well for that period. heavier less silky fabric has more substance and weight and
            Message 5 of 5 , Feb 6, 2007
              HI-well it depends. cottons with polyester and other synthetics do not read well for that period. heavier less silky fabric has more substance and weight and it seems to translate the feel of old hand-loomed fabric under bright stage lighting. as far as neutral and dark colored cottons, wools, and linens, they will bleed out color on the stage and be so authentic that from a distance they can be monochromatic. although i love linen for that period works. it's just perfect for men's shirts and undergarments. my 2cents.......

              Sylvia Rognstad <sylvia@...> wrote: Do you think the audience will be able to read the fabric that well? I
              think if you just put neutral or dark colored cottons, wools and linens
              in, that should be fine. And plaids.

              Sylrog

              On Feb 6, 2007, at 5:39 PM, earhtmother wrote:

              > While not really a sewing question this group seems the obvious place
              > to go for the information I need. We are putting on Oliver at the end
              > of the month & need to fill a "street barrow" with period fabric, but
              > I
              > am unsure as to what all we can put in it. While we are trying to be
              > as accurate as possible, time is now of the essence so any and ALL
              > help
              > is appreciated.
              >
              > Elaine
              >
              >
              >

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