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Posted on:11/3/06 2:20 PM
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ACB said... (11/5/06 6:37 PM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous, a step back in time.
patsijean said... (11/4/06 10:33 PM) Reply
Just beautiful.
Luckylibbet said... (11/4/06 8:29 AM) Reply
Beautiful! You put lots of thought into the process. Thanks for sharing the details of the journey, you wrote the best kind of review. Appreciated!
MarilynB said... (11/4/06 8:17 AM) Reply
This is truly beautiful. You should be so proud of your work.
dreamdesigner said... (11/4/06 2:01 AM) Reply
WOW, What a labor of love! Ditto on the need for lots of appreciation! Most people have no idea the time and effort something like this takes, and you did an outstanding job!
Mandolin82 said... (11/3/06 10:08 PM) Reply
Very beautiful, and impressive!! What a lot of work. I hope you get lots of thanks and appreciation!!
Tiger B said... (11/3/06 4:26 PM) Reply
Heavens! It's spectacular!
Dale C said... (11/3/06 4:10 PM) Reply
What a beautiful work of art. Details details. The grommet cinching and back panel is a great idea for making it adjustable to many sizes.
Kateo said... (11/3/06 2:49 PM) Reply
Very beautiful! A lot of work, yes, but it is so lovely--great job!
mrspenguin said... (11/3/06 2:35 PM) Reply
Yes, I have made an arc-like crown piece that will have a little veil on it. I'm sort of burnt out and sort of stalling... I also got LOTS of great ideas from Elizabethean Costuming for the Years 1550-1580 by Janet Winter and Carolyn Savoy. They really adhere to the authenticity in making their pieces and give historical reasons for the clothing detail of the divergent classes. It was handed to me from the "committee" so I don't know where to get it but it would be worth finding if you can.
pterion said... (11/3/06 2:29 PM) Reply
This is an astounding piece of work. I looked at all of your views and I can't get over how stunning it is. I'm an amateur history buff and reading Tudor history just now so your review caught my eye. Really special dress - very authentic looking. Do you need to create headgear to go with it?
mrspenguin said... (11/3/06 2:28 PM) Reply
Sorry about all the weird notations. Looks like my Mac's apostrophes translated into something very strange.
 
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