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I am very seriously considering making an Italian style peasant dress instead of the Flemish style I planned on.  Because I'm difficult like that. 

I love the pleating on the green linen kirtle I made, but the bodice leaves much to be desired.  The over gown was supposed to be from this blue cotton stuff that is vaguely like wool and I would use that for the main body of the gown and then use the green linen as a lining and possibly guards.  I will probably dye the yellow linen an orangey color for sleeves or maybe guards and do the sleeves in green.  (Here's all the fabric together.)  I can't decide.

Have I mentioned I need to wear this June 22? ;)

Edit:  I would do green guards and orange sleeves.  I do not want to steal Jen Thompson's color scheme.  :)

Date: 2008-05-11 02:57 pm (UTC)
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Lindsey, I tried to go to the Land's End Outlet this weekend, but Main Street (being the street it's on) is all torn up, and I would have had to park four blocks away and walk. I'll be able to make it later this week and get better parking on a non-Saturday.

Date: 2008-05-11 08:47 pm (UTC)
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No worries if you can't make it. :)

Date: 2008-05-12 06:15 am (UTC)
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Lovely kirtle! I know it's a hassle to do but I love the look of side lacing.

Date: 2008-05-13 05:46 am (UTC)
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Most of my frustration is thatI have yet to figure out that nasty waist wrinkle. It's been on every single one of my side lacing bodices so far!

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