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All types of silk fabric with free shipping. Not as cheap as Dharma, but it comes in COLORS!

All types of silk fabric with free shipping. Not as cheap as Dharma, but it comes in COLORS!

Pleats please!

Pleats Please! Very good Tutorial and information, check out the website, have some interesting ways to add pleats to clothing. Thank you Savita for the pin!

The tailoring of the grande assiette sleeve - la cotte simple

This tailoring style may help with detachable sleeves. this is also seen sometimes as a rounded gore (moy gown sleeve)

Claire "Shoomlah" Hummel's Historical Fashion References and Resources!

Claire’s fancy-pants HISTORICAL FASHION MASTER POST

Claire "Shoomlah" Hummel's Historical Fashion References and Resources!

SCA T-tunic Pattern. Note: instead of cutting the armpit in a square, you can curve it a bit, allowing for more freedom of movement. Also, you don't need to cut straight down the sides from armpit to hem. You can cut in a diagonal line, making the tunic wider at the bottom.

SCA T-tunic Pattern. Note: instead of cutting the armpit in a square, you can curve it a bit, allowing for more freedom of movement. Also, you don't need to cut straight down the sides from armpit to hem. You can cut in a diagonal line, making the tunic wider at the bottom.

Summer Sandals Tutorial 1 by annekata  Love this idea! Another great Reuse Recycle!

Summer Sandals (flip flops) Tutorial 1 by annekata Love this idea! Another great Reuse Recycle!

Iko plan 1. Make your own Iko (kimono stand), when not in use you can use it as a kicho (portable curtain room partition)

Iko plan Make your own Iko (kimono stand), when not in use you can use it as a kicho (portable curtain room partition)

Lady’s Hat With Hat PinCirca 1770, Unknown Maker, Silk velvet, ostrich plume, cut steel. Mint Museum

Lady's Hat with Hat Pin circa 1770 Unknown Maker (, - present) silk velvet, ostrich plume, cut steel

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