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Honeycomb Pleatwork Collared Smock: Simple, Easy Pleatwork | | The German Renaissance of Genoveva

Honeycomb Pleatwork Collared Smock: Simple, Easy Pleatwork | | The German Renaissance of Genoveva

Another kirtle, but front-lacing + multicolored, with slashes for the smock sleeves to puff through.  More a German look than English.

Another kirtle, but front-lacing + multicolored, with slashes for the smock sleeves to puff through. Daze of Laur

extant smock - honeycomb pleating - An extant fragment of a shirt from the find at the Alpirsbach Monastery dating from the 16th century documents the usage of a honeycomb-like stitch to control the pleating.

extant smock - honeycomb pleating - An extant fragment of a shirt from the find at the Alpirsbach Monastery dating from the century documents the usage of a honeycomb-like stitch to control the pleating.

An overview of the Trossfrau

An overview of the Trossfrau

Renaissance Fashion, 16th Century, Historical Clothing, Medieval, Army, Neckline, Medieval Clothing, Templates, Military

the wulsthaube seems to be very rigid in the back

Making and Wearing a Steuchlein with a Wulsthaube and Schleier (German Bulge Hat and Veil)

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