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Gallery of Finished Projects....Part III

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Lady Kathleen of Olmsted:

I wonder what you all have been up to over the long Winter.

It has been a busy one from my end. Finished projects and more on the sewing schedule for myself and clients.


Made a New Doublet for my husband in December of 2017 out of a Chenille, and contrast fabric as trim.




Renaissance ensembles for my 18" Doll.....




An 1860's Civil War dress ensemble that also includes a full Petticoat, Bloomers, detachable sleeves and collar for a Client's daughter in Fort Worth, Texas.



Lady Kathleen of Olmsted:


The replica 16th century is completed . The decorative stitching took 12 hours alone on my machine. This in the 16th century would have taken months by hand. This goes out this week to a new client in Oregon.


dbaldock:

--- Quote from: Lady Kathleen of Olmsted on April 15, 2018, 12:50:16 PM ---

The replica 16th century is completed . The decorative stitching took 12 hours alone on my machine. This in the 16th century would have taken months by hand. This goes out this week to a new client in Oregon.




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Wow - That's really nice!

Kymberleigh:
These pouches are what I've accomplished this winter.  I also have 3.5 more pouch outsides like the blue one that need to be completed into pouches still.



Lady Kathleen of Olmsted:

Those pouches are gorgeous. Huzzah!

A little something I made for myself over the Mother's Day weekend. Not H/A by any means, but looking forward to debuting this at a Sci-Fi convention in July, the Shadow Legion weekend at the MNRF, and Halloween of course. I call this Gothic Vampire ensemble The Blood Countess.







Now back to the Game of Thrones ensemble. It has been a busy month so far.

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