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Hood with bongrace by Sianw on DeviantArt

Elizabethan hood with bongrace. Pattern from the Tudor Tailor. Brim is stiffened with heavy duty interfacing and wired edge. Lining is white cotton, out. Elizabethan hood with bongrace

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Another hood with leaves.

You will look stunning in this Renaissance style French hood. The Base made out of plastic artist canvas and millinery wire and is covered in quilting batting. The base is then covered in velvet (or other custom fabric) and trim, Jewels, and other embellishments are added to the

You will look stunning in this Renaissance style French hood. The Base made out of plastic artist canvas and millinery wire and is covered in quilting batting. The base is then covered in velvet (or other custom fabric) and trim, Jewels, and other embellishments are added to the

In this part of the project you’ll make a test shoe to check that your pattern fits the way you want it to!   Supplies: muslin, osnaberg, or another inexpensive fabric, enough to cut two of the upper (pre-shrink with the iron) cardstock – acid free isn’t important here so I used a cereal box Read More

DIY Shoes - Part 3 - Making A Test Fit

In this part of the project you’ll make a test shoe to check that your pattern…

First-time Handsewing Challenge

First-time Handsewing Challenge

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How to make French Hoods

In this part of the project you’ll make a test shoe to check that your pattern fits the way you want it to!   Supplies: muslin, osnaberg, or another inexpensive fabric, enough to cut two of the upper (pre-shrink with the iron) cardstock – acid free isn’t important here so I used a cereal box Read More

DIY Shoes - Part 3 - Making A Test Fit

In this part of the project you’ll make a test shoe to check that your pattern fits the way you want it to! Supplies: muslin, osnaberg, or another inexpensive fabric, enough to cut two of the upper (pre-shrink with the iron) cardstock – acid free isn’t important here so I used a cereal box Read More

Detailed Hood Construction

Detailed Hood Construction

Quick and easy machine sewn medieval turnshoes. Wish it had the actual pattern. I would love to make my own turn shoes

Quick and easy machine sewn medieval turnshoes. --seems like you could pretty easily turn this into tatami shoes/socks

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