Karin Stålberg

Karin Stålberg

Karin Stålberg
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Pleated apron-dress. Isaborg festival, 2013. http://vk.com/photo-9311538_306368523. I really like this apron dress :)

Pleated apron-dress. Isaborg festival, 2013. http://vk.com/photo-9311538_306368523. I really like this apron dress :)

Two Nerdy History Girls: Colonial Williamsburg

Two Nerdy History Girls: Colonial Williamsburg

Crassula spec, Geldbaum, Bonsai

Crassula spec, Geldbaum, Bonsai

Bonsai Cuttings - created via https://pinthemall.net

Bonsai Cuttings - created via https://pinthemall.net

Fashion Snoops

Fashion Snoops

CD ROM Title: Victorian Men's Garment Patterns With detailed instructions and illustrations on how to make measurements correctly, drawing the patterns and even go into great lengths of how to make adjustments to fit different body types. Contains patterns for English Victorian era dress coats; frock coat; morning coat waistcoat; single and double breasted rolling-collar waistcoat etc. Click the image to go to our ebay listing.

CD ROM Title: Victorian Men's Garment Patterns With detailed instructions and illustrations on how to make measurements correctly, drawing the patterns and even go into great lengths of how to make adjustments to fit different body types. Contains patterns for English Victorian era dress coats; frock coat; morning coat waistcoat; single and double breasted rolling-collar waistcoat etc. Click the image to go to our ebay listing.

19th Century Frock Coats Anatomy of a Frock Coat 1860-1890 1. In a coat from 1850 to 1900, the shoulder seams differ from our modern day coats. In contemporary suits and coats, we are used to seeing the shoulder seam right across the top of the shoulder. However, 19th Century coats and jackets were made with a bias cut shoulder seam that runs at an angle down the back. This is true for all coats and jackets in the 19th Century.

19th Century Frock Coats Anatomy of a Frock Coat 1860-1890 1. In a coat from 1850 to 1900, the shoulder seams differ from our modern day coats. In contemporary suits and coats, we are used to seeing the shoulder seam right across the top of the shoulder. However, 19th Century coats and jackets were made with a bias cut shoulder seam that runs at an angle down the back. This is true for all coats and jackets in the 19th Century.

Handige kasten in kleine hoekjes en super gave inloopkasten - lades schuine wand

Handige kasten in kleine hoekjes en super gave inloopkasten - lades schuine wand