Added Apr 12, 2012
This is perhaps the simplest, cheapest and most useful costume piece I have EVER made. 3 meters of 100 % linen in a natural off-white color have been turned into a simple t-tunic, perfect as an undergarment for both viking and medieval dresses.
It’s based on rectangular sewing, and I have used this diagram as a reference:
Only difference is, I used my bust measurement instead of my waist measurement and omitted a closure.
More pictures on my blog: http://mydearlizzie.blogspot.com/2012/04/krigslive-viii-underkjolen.html
3 m off-white 100% linen, thread, fusible interfacing (for neck finishing)
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