Documentation for Tudor Outfit

Link to my documentation is below

https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=E8D68C12CF5C6681&resid=E8D68C12CF5C6681%21822&authkey=AD7s2-6-NoIXB9A&em=2&wdStartOn=1

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3 Responses to Documentation for Tudor Outfit

  1. L. Severin Schröeder says:

    If your son is set on doing late period, the two books you have in your sources great for Tudor. There is a difference if he wants Elizabethan. There was a change in overall look from Henry VIII to his daughter Elizabeth I.

    Some books that are good for Elizabethan are: Patterns of Fashion: The cut and construction of clothes for men and women c.1560-1620 (v. 3) by Janet Arnold; The Modern Maker Vol.1 and Vol. 2 by Mathew Gnagy.

  2. Kay of Tre Asterium says:

    There may not be time for this question Saturday. Did you get everything done you wanted to do?
    Of original list ___ were complete, ___ partial, __ dropped due to __.
    If you have a minute to report I would appreciate it. Thank you!

    • And Anne!  says:

      Hi there! I will post a “checklist” tomorrow evening. I’m also planning on uploading a video tomorrow (lunchtime ish) of the first few layers explaining what I did and why for each.

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