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Weird running whip stitch thingy description. Useful for hand sewing 18th century and early 19th century garments with a lining and an exterior.
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Useful for hand sewing century and early century garments with a lining and an exterior.

So, with my 'innards' post from yesterday, a commenter named Natalie (P. Natalie, I'm from the 'ville!), asked me to better explain the fu.

Weird running whip stitch thingy description. Useful for hand sewing 18th century and early 19th century garments with a lining and an exterior.

Weird running whip stitch thingy description. Useful for hand sewing 18th century and early 19th century garments with a lining and an exterior.

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Running backstitches on the bodice of the 1813 Kashmiri dress, backstitches hold the skirt on
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Running backstitches on the bodice of the 1813 Kashmiri dress, backstitches hold the skirt on

Running backstitches on the bodice of the 1813 Kashmiri dress, backstitches hold the skirt on
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gollar pattern - pattern front by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr
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gollar pattern - pattern front by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr

gollar pattern - pattern front by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr
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"Point a rabbatre sous la main, or, A very neat stitch used to finish edges in the 18th century." | Fashionable Past
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le point a rabattre sous la main

"Point a rabbatre sous la main, or, A very neat stitch used to finish edges in the 18th century." | Fashionable Past

"Point a rabbatre sous la main, or, A very neat stitch used to finish edges in the 18th century." | Fashionable Past
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A how-to video on whipped gathers, which are very useful for the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
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A how-to video on whipped gathers, which are very useful for the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

A how-to video on whipped gathers, which are very useful for the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
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How to sew a perfectly aligned waistband
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An uneven waist on a skirt can look less than pleasing, so here are a few fixes for sewing a waistband to get a smooth, even line at the top of the zipper!

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How to sew a perfectly aligned waistband

How to sew a perfectly aligned waistband

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16th century gollar

16th century goller

Gollar, late c Germany Wool and linen. Made in four pieces, closed with silk lucet string with brons aiglets.

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