Bodmin Jail in cornwall
Bodmin Jail in Cornwall is supposed to be the most haunted place in England. Its easy to see why thanks to the sad stories of some of its former inmates.
How to make shoes - Prescott & Mackay shoemaking course.mpg
http://www.prescottandmackay.co.uk/courses/shoemaking Scenes from a normal class at Prescott & Mackay school give you insight about the birth of handmade sho...
My First Lasted Shoe
I have made a few pairs of simple turn shoes before, simple and clumsy things that were not very pretty, but worked well for medieval fashions. When I started wear 16th century styles more, the tu…
V&A · Beatrix Potter
The V&A is a major resource for the study of Beatrix Potter, holding the world's largest collection of her drawings, manuscripts, correspondence and photographs
Kalalou Wooden Spools With Jute Twine And Scissors - Set Of 3
Kalalou Wooden Spools With Jute Twine And Scissors - Set Of 3 - Colorful and practical wood and metal spools come in a set of three pre-wrapped in jute twine and accompanied by sharp little scissors for cutting just the right length. Great for crafters or serial gift wrappers! Size and shape of spools will always vary.
Beatrix Potter Illustrations. FIVE VINTAGE COLOR PRINTS
Five charming and vintage color prints of animals by the beloved children's book illustrator Beatrix Potter. Perfect for a nursery or your little one's room! This set includes the following Beatrix Potter illustrations: Tom Kitten (from The Tale of Tom Kitten) Jemima Puddle-Duck (from The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck) Peter Rabbit (from The Tale of Peter Rabbit) The Tailor of Gloucester Squirrel Nutkin (from The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin) Published by Frederick Warne and Co. Ltd. London. No…
Post-Christmas Sale Picks at Mr. Porter, Ralph Lauren, and More – Put This On
The day after Christmas, all those holiday decorations go from being celebratory decor to an impending task: “Take me down,”...
Tailor sits cross-legged
Victorian illustration to download showing a picture of a tailor sitting cross-legged on his low table. He is making a man’s coat; beside him are a flat-iron and a box (of pins?). More From This Category Post Office Workers Yawning Sentinel Men making huge boiler for steamship Cooks at army camp kitchen Street trader: coffee stall Woman operates paper folding machine
‘The Tailor Leaving his Workshop’, Helen Beatrix Potter, c.1902 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘The Tailor Leaving his Workshop’, Helen Beatrix Potter, c.1902