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No, really! And not (at least so I hope) made from Buzzards. An acquaintance of my dad's (acquired through his exhaustive construction of our family history - I believe he's traced some bits back to the Elizabethan period amazingly!) has found reference to this in some diaries from the first world w...
I can get you several dozen next time I hoover the floor
Extracting them from the hoover might be a bit of a pain though!
Hadn't thought of that. We've got some under the sofa. They're square section though. And some 6mm on the bookcase, which aren't. Hmm.
Hi, possibly a silly question, but professional costumers here have mentioned using oversewn metal rings to reinforce eyelets, and I was wondering whether these are the 'prym' type eyelet rings, or metal rings like jumprings. Jump rings seemed more sensible on thinking about it, if a bit fiddly. Oh,...
- Mon May 15, 2006 2:31 pm
- Forum: Costumes
- Topic: 15th century pink clothing, what type of pink?
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No specific examples, but a number of dyestuffs which would have been available give various shades of pink. All these examples are from an excellent book on dyeing (which I happen to have at work at the moment after experiments with madder!): Wild Color by Jenny Dean. It isn't historical, but medie...