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Preliminary sketch for a late 15th c. Italian gamurra: (A) Fitted sleeves sewn at top of shoulder; open armpit, revealing chemise (B) Front lacing (C) Contrasting sleeve fabric (D) Slashed forearm, revealing chemise (E) Full skirt, attached to bodice with cartridge pleats; box pleats at back (F) Rounded square neckline with thin trim decoration; echoed higher in back (G) Ribbon ties (H) Trimmed floor-length hem; longer in back (I) Center back seam (J) Side seams (K) Contrast skirt lining
Florentine Bodice Pattern
Simple late 16th century kirtle, based on peasants in the areas around Venice, Italy.
Ultimate Kirtle Pattern Lady Asrune Russtikus-dotta Pennsic firstname.lastname@example.org Kirtle : (Kyrtel) is a fitted tunic-like d...
Brown linen kirtle, linen tie on sleeves, apron and wool partlet. All based on the Tudor Tailor patterns.
Bodleian Library MS. Douce 195 Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meung, Le Roman de la Rose, in a manuscript made for Louise of Savoy, mother of Francis I, with many miniatures in the style of Robinet Testard, French, late 15th century