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The medieval city woman (early 14th century). Costumes for my pattern sewn by the girls with photos. except for the checkered surcoat - it is sewn together me and Olga. Hand sewing
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Robe la polonaise made of dark purple taffeta with white stomacher. I'm wearing an old petticoat because I didn't manage to sew a matching petticoat in time for the event to which I wanted to wear this dress. The picture is quite small and the quality isn't the best because it was taken in a place that was only candle-lit.

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Black wool tie-back bustle skirt (TV305) and bodice (TV416). The petticoat and underskirt is black cotton.

The same patterns as this dress.

Back wiev.

Photo: Susanne Pettersson
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King henry VIII and his Queen Anne Boleyn along witheir their Knight, Sir William. Taken at Hever Catsle in May 2011 :)

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Recently completed 14th century medieval gown. This is a female cotehardie, made of velvet and silk with beaded details and handmade buttons. The hat is a tressour crispinette, made of silk with pearls.

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Photoshoot by Kostya Sirotkin
LARP " Between eagles and crescent", Ukraine 2010
The dress is the stylization of 16th century. The whole costume consists of: crinoline, fatin skirt, blue skirt, blue corset(steel and plastic bonning), black upper skirt, black overcorset, undervest and pantaloons =)
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18th century jacket with silvery rose-buttons and skirt of a thicker black wool, sash of burgundy silk taffeta.

Worn over the black stays and a white linen chemise.
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15th c. kirtle done in "faux silk" (ie: polyester! *grin*). Laces up the front, detachable black velvet sleeves (not shown).
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This is my latest dabble in 16th century German Landsknecht garb. I'm really happy with it, especially for all the slashes and the awesome feathered hat!

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My Venetian gown from the 1490s. The outer gown is made of deep red velvet with hand beading along the neckline. The dress worn underneath is a period-esque brocade. Photo by Maboroshi.

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