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Posted on:2/28/11 6:49 PM
Last Updated:3/6/11 2:41 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 3 people   
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Margaret said... (3/1/11 12:46 PM) Reply
Great job, especially on those chevrons! I love the shoulder pieces.
Aroura said... (3/1/11 4:18 AM) Reply
Great details, this is a really nice doublet! The fabric is perfect. I hope your friend likes it, and that it fits!
JillyBe said... (2/28/11 7:12 PM) Reply
Really interesting with the historical details. Good luck on hitting your goals with the finished outfit!
Terri A said... (2/28/11 6:58 PM) Reply
Pretty amazing!
JenniferMM said... (11/2/10 0:34 AM) Reply
It sounds wonderful!! I can't wait to see the finished product. Thanks for all of the details! I was just about to begin on the same costume for a young Henry VIII look, with several changes as well. I'll have to keep checking back for your tips to make sure my King looks his best! :)
svetlana said... (11/1/10 7:16 PM) Reply
I have made both versions of this, the doublet and the coat. They were for madrigal singing groups that are not so picky about period authenticity. Let me say, I absolutely love the pattern for the breeches. It is fun to make and looks awesome. I have made it out of faux suede both times.
treefrog said... (11/1/10 4:25 PM) Reply
Hope the second fitting goes well. I love reading about your progress.
jannw said... (10/3/10 11:43 PM) Reply
very the details on the fit process
jilly cooper said... (10/3/10 9:57 PM) Reply
love all the details you are providing :)
treefrog said... (10/3/10 4:27 PM) Reply
So interesting! Looking forward to the next instalment!
Trephas2003 said... (10/2/10 4:07 PM) Reply
It sounds great!
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