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Re: [SCA-JML] Re: Garment Construction Details

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  • Andrew Trembley
    ... I would need more description before I would say this conforms to flat-lining technique. But your point that Nara clothing styles are very different is
    Message 1 of 8 , Dec 24, 2011
      On 12/24/2011 5:02 AM, JL Badgley wrote:
      > Fwiw, Jidai Ishou no Nuikata has both bag-lined garments as well as
      > examples of garments lined as they were constructed (I don't. Know if that
      > is the "flat-lined" or something else). This appears to have been common
      > in the Nara period, when the garments were also more tailored.
      I would need more description before I would say this conforms to
      flat-lining technique.

      But your point that Nara clothing styles are very different is well taken.

      > There are also cases where the outside and inside are the same fabric,
      > folded over at the hem; especially some hakama and some hou.

      Iiiiinteresting. I can't say that's a unique construction technique, but
      it's not one I've run into before.
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