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Paned or “Puff and Slash” German Sleeves: One Method For a Less Frayed, More Complete Look | | The German Renaissance of Genoveva

Paned or “Puff and Slash” German Sleeves: One Method For a Less Frayed, More Complete Look

asst'd 16th c German patterns (cheater wulst, smocking, Kampfrau and Cranach style dresses)

German patterns for Cranach gown, Kampfrau gown and smocking tutorial - add Leaguey sleeves and we're away!

A mushroom coloured silk men's Elizabethan doublet and paned slops, by Andrew Reid (SCA - Master Bartolomeo Agazzari). This was my interpretation of a suit worn by Robert Dudley, and it was the suit I wore to receive my Order of the Laurel in the SCA.

A mushroom coloured silk men's Elizabethan doublet and paned slops, by Andrew Reid (SCA - Master Bartolomeo Agazzari). This was my interpretation of a suit worn by Robert Dudley, and it was the suit I wore to receive my Order of the Laurel in the SCA.

Isabella of Portugal  Detail of pearls applications on camicia and sleeves. Costume after Tizzian portrait (1548).

Isabella of Portugal Detail of pearls applications on camicia and sleeves. Costume after Tizzian portrait I used to fantasise about making this outfit.

Tournament or Cavalry Shield Date: ca. 1450 Culture: German Medium: Wood, leather, linen, gesso, polychromy, silver Dimensions: H. 22 in. (55.88 cm); W. 16 in. (40.64 cm) Classification: Shields Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Florence Blumenthal, 1925 Accession Number: 25.26.1

German Tournament Shield (Targe) -- Circa 1450 -- Wood, leather, linen, gesso, polychromy silver -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

HOW TO MAKE PUFF & SLASH SLEEVES - an interesting method with a lot less hand sewing than the usual way, though less the lining would puff through a lot less  (it's only visible in this version because it's a puffed sleeve cap).

HOW TO MAKE PUFF & SLASH SLEEVES - an interesting method with a lot less hand sewing than the usual way, though less the lining would puff through a lot less (it's only visible in this version because it's a puffed sleeve cap).

Renaissance Italian Chemise. Perfect!

The soft natural cotton gauze fabric with a drawstring neck and a length sleeve with ribbon detail makes this Italian Camicia pretty undergarment, chemise or stand alone garment.

medieval+gowns | Details about Renaissance Gothic Velvet Dress Ball Gown Lolita 129 L

Renaissance Gothic Velvet Dress Ball Gown Lolita 129 L

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