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Вишиванка: ПОБУДОВА викрійки НАЦІОНАЛЬНИХ сорочок

Вишиванка: ПОБУДОВА викрійки НАЦІОНАЛЬНИХ сорочок

TUTORIAL kariginu, suikan+co by Iulia007Nautilus on deviantART

SORRY MY BAD ENGLISH! But finally the tutorial is available in (bad)English. TUTORIAL kariginu, suikan+co

Cattle Annie and Little Britches have been mostly forgotten in the annals of western history, but not in the Oklahoma and Indian Territories. They were two of the most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun.  They were a cattle thieving couple from the Indian Nation of Oklahoma who only flourished for a couple of years before being caught. They were known to be closely associated with the infamous Wild Bunch.

Cattle Annie & Little Britches, famous female outlaws, were a cattle-thieving couple from the Indian Nation of Oklahoma who only flourished for a couple of years before being caught. They were known to be closely associated with the infamous Wild Bunch.

Phoebe Ann Moses aka Annie Oakley. First white woman hired by a Wild West outfit to fill a traditionally male role. She was, hands down, the finest woman sharpshooting entertainer of all time. And, at one time, she may have been the most famous woman in the American West or the American East.

Annie Oakley shooting over her shoulder using a hand mirror. Also, proof that wearing a corset and feminist bad-assery are not mutually exclusive. I love Annie Oakley!

Augusta “Gusty” Wallihan, a noted huntress of the era, with one of her trophy mule deer and her Remington-Hepburn rifle in 1895.

Augusta “Gusty” Wallihan, a noted huntress of the era, with one of her trophy mule deer and her Remington-Hepburn rifle in -- via True West Magazine

熊野古道の大門坂を歩く、平安時代の衣装をまとった女性たち =26日、和歌山県那智勝浦町

熊野古道の大門坂を歩く、平安時代の衣装をまとった女性たち =26日、和歌山県那智勝浦町

History of kimono - nice to see with year instead of period, yes it's nice to know it was for example, the Edo period, but I never can remember the year that matches

History of kimono - nice to see with year instead of period, yes it's nice to know it was for example, the Edo period, but I never can remember the year that matches Más