Leevi Ikäheimo

Leevi Ikäheimo

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This is so siiiiiiiiiick.

Denim details - something to do with all the jeans you no longer wear for whatever reason! Does anyone have the link or sewing pattern to this top/dress?

1882 Ruffled Petticoat - Natural Form Era

With a front-side slit up the thigh and velvet trim.

Suurikokoinen vanne- tai häkkiturnyyri (1881).

How to Make a Victorian Bustle - Pattern and Instructions

Проект: Естественная форма платье 1878/1879

i want this on my wall in my sewing room - Advertisement for various undergarments, like a Victorian corset bustle and cordelette (mini bustle).

Crinoline cage, 1860 (V&A Museum)

"Favorite of the Empress” cage crinoline UK (probably), (Victoria and Albert Museum -London UK)

Bustle Date: ca. 1885 Culture: American Medium: linen, metal Dimensions: 25 in. (63.5 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at...

Bustle Date: ca. 1885 Culture: American Medium: linen, metal Dimensions: 25 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Louise M.

Коллекция А. Приймака. Это узкие кринолины около 1880-го года.

A Classic Hoop Cage (Crinoline)

The cage crinoline created the fullness of skirts during the crinoline era. The skirt is made from hoops of steel and whale bone. The cage was adjustable and light weight; therefore, people claimed it was much healthier than contraptions of the past. This American crinoline was made around 1870. The materials that were used were linen, metal, and leather.

1870 Crinoline (Cage), Metropolitan museum of art

Place of origin: United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1867 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown Materials and Techniques: Spring steel, covered with and attached to wool braid

Cage crinoline Place of origin: UK (made) Date: ca. 1867 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Spring steel, covered with and attached to wool braid

Cage crinoline ca. 1858 American [stamped] (on waistband, date is almost illegible) "J.W. Bradley's, Misses Woven Skirt, Pat. Nov. 2, 1858" [stamped] (on waistband) "No.7" (probably refers to number of hoops and size).

Cage crinoline ca. 1858 American [stamped] (on waistband, date is almost illegible) "J. Bradley's, Misses Woven Skirt, Pat. [stamped] (on waistband) (probably refers to number of hoops and size).