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Simple Partlets

ZOA CHIMERUM Jewelry ( IAN HENDERSON)-USA

What a great design for a tatoo Instrument-Inspired Necklaces - Jen Murse Crafts a Keyboard Pendant as Detailed as the Real Thing (GALLERY)

detail of an uncited portrait 16th cen. netherlands    Wish I knew what image this was from- drawn thread work on "parlet", gold work on collar of her chemise.

At Bonham's auction on 7 July there is a magnificent portrait of a century Netherlandish lady who has the most astonishingly rendered.

Hemd- I think I would just need to angle the sleeve seams like in other tutorials ig I wanted it to have a low neck. Beautiful smocking and excellent tutorial.

16th century German – hemd / chemise

Absolutely incredible tutorial for making a smocked chemise (here called a "hemd") by Katafalk at Learning to Fly. TONS of good information here on more than just the smocking!

Apron  Place of origin: England  Date:1580-1600  Materials and Techniques: Linen, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered  Museum number: T.87-1917  This finely worked cutwork apron is probably unfinished. It would have had an edging of needle or bobbin lace, and more embroidery in coloured silks may have been intended.

Apron

Apron Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered Credit Line: Given by Captain A.

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