I’d say it’s a gathered circle! A few layers of the tulle cut in a circle with the waist edge la…
Can you post some pix up somewhere to show us a front view, back view, each side, and a close-up …
He’s a great customer.
Thank you. It was actually very comfortable.
A Jolly Dicey joint project, comprising of a17th C slashed doublet, with 123 pieces of fabric in it! Not counting the bits for the piping… I drafted the pattern and made the lace collar and cuf…
A gown based on a portrait of Henrietta Maria of France, wife of Charles I, painted in 1633. Silk taffeta and silver lace, with collar and cuffs of cotton muslin and lace. Worn over period correc…
Download the image from the site, import it into whatever picture viewing program you use, and zo…
They look like a variation of the circular ruffle.
Not a term I have heard. Do you have a picture?
Silk would be best, but poly will be OK.
No. The heat of the lamp and the actual sewing will soften it and it will gum up the machine. T…
Mine’s in the lock-up at the moment, but yes, I’d thoroughly endorse this one. Readily available…
Which pattern is it?
On the CF panel: reinforce the corner with small stitches along the seam line for about 3cm each …
With a circle skirt you need to establish first if your waist dips at the front, or if all the ra…
Google for Croft Mill, or look on ebay,
Thank you. For Cribbs Causeway shopping mall Winter Wonderland.
Look at the Adjustoform for teens. That’ll be our next purchase…
Thanks. We had a shedload of fun making them!
It would, wouldn’t it!
Rather than making the skirt a circle and fiddling with it, draw it as an oval… Or egg shaped.
Fantasy costumes made for the Cribbs Causeway shopping mall winter event. The patterns were drafted specially for this project
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