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18th century apron based on http://collections.lacma.org/node/242445

18th century apron based on http://collections.lacma.org/node/242445

18th century apron based on  http://collections.lacma.org/node/242445

18th century apron based on http://collections.lacma.org/node/242445

18th century apron based on  http://collections.lacma.org/node/242445

Flintlock and laces: Fartuszek / LACMA apron

Embroidered pocket, ca. 1775. Because most American women’s clothing in the 18th century lacked fixed pockets, detachable pockets such as these were tied around thewaist and worn either over a dress or under an overskirt. Decorated in a variety of patterns, including the combination of the flame and diamond-within-diamond designs seen here, they were used to carry a great variety of items, from keys and papers to sewing implements and tools.

Embroidered pocket, ca. Because most American women’s clothing in the…

Make a cute apron! (pdf pattern would not print out for me) Only needed for the top bodice area, you can probably draw one out yourself.

So we’ve put together a collection of the internet's best DIY Apron Tutorials and Free Apron Patterns to get you back in the mood for wholesome home living!

An early 19th century (perhaps a bit earlier) Flame Stitch Purse or Pocket Book with very unusual colors: blue and salmon. I believe this to be a

Early 19th Century Flame Stitch Purse or Pocket Book

Small 18th century pink silk pocket case (c. 1780-1800) with a beige embroidered flower, leaf and vine design.

century small pocket cases were used to hold bank notes and letters, scissors and pencils, and other small implements.

18th century apron based on  http://collections.lacma.org/node/242445

18th century apron based on http://collections.lacma.org/node/242445

Before the Automobile: Late 18th century garters. These garters get their elasticity from metal tension coil springs. I have no idea where you would even get these springs to begin with! Any suggestions?

Before the Automobile: Late century garters. These garters get their elasticity from metal tension coil springs. I have no idea where you would even get these springs to begin with! Any suggestions?

Letter Case, 18th century

Ivory satin letter case embroidered with flowers in polychrome silks and metal threads, trimmed with metallic bobbin lace.

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