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Dorothea Sabina Dress in red silk

Submitted by Katherina Weyssin on October 24, 2010 - 11:55am
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Elisabeth is making great progress on her Dorothea Sabina dress. She's nearly finished the petticoat, and has begun cutting and fitting the bodice and sleeves, with Caterine's help. With luck (and lots of sewing) it will be wearable at St Catherine's Feast.

The rest of us worked on less exciting things: Eleanor felling seams, Marie naalbinding a hat and embroidering a tunic for Olaf, Katherina edging her arming cap, and William planning a new fencing suit.

We also came up with some impressive-but-plausible ideas for new baronial regalia: a canopy, and good, portable chair-covers (for when transporting the thrones is impractical).

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