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Fly Fringe "A Sartorial Statement: Costume Design Center Open House"

Friday, October 25 was this year's annual open house at the Colonial Williamsburg Costume Design Center, where I work.

A Frolic through Time: Reproduction 18th Century English Trim Loom and Muffin Kitty

A Frolic through Time: Reproduction Century English Trim Loom and Muffin Kitty

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/195242618/rigid-heddle-loom-or-double-hole-tape

Tablet weaving loom Folk Gothic box loom

Rigid heddle loom or double hole/ Tape loom / Weaving loom / Box loom

Oh, that fringe!   Mitaine van wit zeemleer versierd met groen, roze, witte en gele zijde, anoniem, ca. 1800 - Rijksmuseum

Oh, that fringe! Mitaine van wit zeemleer versierd met groen, roze, witte en gele zijde, anoniem, ca. 1800 - Rijksmuseum

The Closet Historian: Adventures in Fly Fringe

MET LACMA Fly fringe, a historical trim which eludes costumers today and was very common on century gowns. Made from silk filam.

Two Nerdy History Girls: The Trade (and Art) of Making 18thc. Trim - "Working in teams of three (two to make the fringes, and one to complete the knotting), experienced trim-makers could produce twelve yards of trim in an average workday. Twelve yards was also the standard length, wrapped on a card for sale, with most trims costing about two shillings a card in the 1770s."

Isabella reporting, Silk trim was the final decorative icing on an lady& elaborate dress, whether the last delicate accent to a .

Mantua  Place of origin: Spitalfields, England (textile, woven)  Great Britain, United Kingdom (made)  Date: 1748-1750 (woven)  1760-1770 (made)  Materials and Techniques: Brocaded silk, lined with linen, trimmed with fly fringe, hand-sewn  Museum number: T.120 to B-1961

Mantua

Detail stomacher, court mantua, England (Spitalfields), fabric: Cream silk brocaded with floral sprays, bodice and stomacher elaborately decorated with fly fringe.

* Sourcils d'hanneton et chenilles dont les dames ont fait usage en 1735  Echantillons d'étoffes et de rubans recueillis par le Maréchal de Richelieu

* Sourcils d'hanneton et chenilles dont les dames ont fait usage en 1735 Echantillons d'étoffes et de rubans recueillis par le Maréchal de Richelieu

Voici quelques exemple de robes à la française (en cours de construction)     Et un petit tutoriel  pour réaliser une coiffure p ouf assort...

Embroidered pockets that were tied around a women's waist to carry small objects. Most pockets were immaculately embroidered with beautiful colors.

knotting with shuttle - 18th century - tutorial - Quaintrelle life - noeuds à la navette - 18e siècle

knotting with shuttle - 18th century - tutorial - Quaintrelle life - noeuds à la navette - 18e siècle

Card Weaving Loom Instructions how to set up a simple loom with g clamps, a pencil and a chair. Links to patterns

Card Weaving Loom Instructions how to set up a simple loom with g clamps, a pencil and a chair. Links to patterns- I can also see this on just a maybe 2 ft. board with a second drawer handle on the end.

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