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This is the pattern I'm going to use to make my dress for the wedding at the Renaissance Faire.

This is the pattern I'm going to use to make my dress for the wedding at the Renaissance Faire.

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Ah, the chore of dressing, if you were a well to do woman in Early Tudor times! First, don your stockings, ear rings and shoes. Then, the chemise, then petticoat, then farthingale,  corset   bumroll, then partlet, followed by a  kirtle, and finally the gown!

Ah, the chore of dressing, if you were a well to do woman in Early Tudor times! First, don your stockings, ear rings and shoes. Then, the chemise, then petticoat, then farthingale, corset bumroll, then partlet, followed by a kirtle, and finally the gown!

Elizabethan Costume Paper Dolls (History of Costume). World of Books was founded in 2005, recycling books sold to us through charities either directly or indirectly. While we do our best to provide good quality books for you to read, there is no escaping the fact that it has been owned and read by someone else before you. | eBay!

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Elizabethan Costume Paper Dolls (History of Costume). World of Books was founded in 2005, recycling books sold to us through charities either directly or indirectly. While we do our best to provide good quality books for you to read, there is no escaping the fact that it has been owned and read by someone else before you. | eBay!

In the first two years the ruff remained a fairly small size, and was made of holland, which remained stiff, and held the folds well; but later, there entered several Dutch ladies, headed by Mistress Dingham Vander Plasse, of Flanders, in 1564, who taught her pupils the art of starching cambric, and the art of folding, cutting, and pinching ruffs at five pounds a head, and the art of making starch, at the price of one pound.

In the first two years the ruff remained a fairly small size, and was made of holland, which remained stiff, and held the folds well; but later, there entered several Dutch ladies, headed by Mistress Dingham Vander Plasse, of Flanders, in 1564, who taught her pupils the art of starching cambric, and the art of folding, cutting, and pinching ruffs at five pounds a head, and the art of making starch, at the price of one pound.

Simplicity Patterns - 3782 -  Misses Costumes - Misses Elizabethan Costumes. Andrea Schewe for Simplicity.

Simplicity Patterns - 3782 - Misses Costumes - Misses Elizabethan Costumes. Andrea Schewe for Simplicity.

Shakespearean Costume ~ Free Vintage Masquerade Clip Art

Shakespearean Costume ~ Free Vintage Masquerade Clip Art

patterns for elizabethan costumes - Google Search

patterns for elizabethan costumes - Google Search

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