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Women's Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring. on deviantART-Women’s Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring.devi… on deviantART – Part Two of Three Women’s Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring.devi… on deviantART – Part Two of Three - 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Renaissance Clothing

Women's Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring on DeviantArt

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bourgeoisie: the middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing

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Wie ich schon in meinen Nähvorhaben dieses Jahr gesagt habe möchte ich meine erste Tournüre machen. Die Recherche zu diesem Projekt ging wi...

Working class stays Front lacing meant that the wearer would be able… 18th Century Stays, 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Outfits

The Staymaker

Working class stays 1740s-60s: Front lacing meant that the wearer would be able to dress herself and could alter the fit of the stays by increasing or decreasing the gap across the stomacher. All levels of society wore stays but the stays of the lower classes might be made more flexible or more easily fastened, particularly if the wearer had to dress herself. The cheapest stays were made of leather that was scored with a knife to give it more flexibility.

Dont know what to do with that ugly cooler in your medieval encampment? Hide it in this convenient chest. Box measures 27 inches long by 19 Camping Equipment, Camping Gear, Camping Hacks, Camping Life, Camping Checklist, Camping Essentials, Family Camping, Camping Kitchen, Camping Supplies

Break Down Hide-A-Cooler Box

Don't know what to do with that ugly cooler in your medieval encampment? Hide it in this convenient chest. Box measures 27 inches long by 19 inches deep by 19 inches high and will hold a common 48 quart Coleman cooler (not included). Pinned and hinged together, the box breaks down 29x19 3/4x7 1/4 for easy packing and storage. Box is stained a milk chocolate brown and sealed with 4 coats of poly-oxide floor finish for maximum durability and scratch resistance. Have a larger cooler? Convo me…

fashion tag Fun Article: Century Clothing Ideas that Need to Come Back into Fashion 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Indie Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Fashion Tag

5 18th Century Clothing Ideas that Need to Come Back into Fashion

Style comes back around on itself in a circular motion, right? So it's about time these five examples of 18th century elegance be incorporated into our modern world, from hand fans to Caraco coats.

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How To Make a Charpoy

This blog contains information about the making of a charpoy. This is a kind of bed or cot often seen in the rural villages of India and in Pakistan. The bed is also called a charpai, a manja, a manjaa, a manji or a khartiya. There are other names for the beds. The bed frame traditionally was made of wood and it has four legs. The part of the bed you sleep on is made of rope that is woven. Modern day Charpoy are made of many different types natural and synthetic materials.

Tips and Tricks for Wearing Historical Colonial Costumes This page is a summary of tricks I've learned through the years to make wearing Colonial clothing easier and more practical. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Women's Clothing, Historical Dress, Vintage Clothing, America Outfit

How to Wear Historically Accurate Colonial Women's Clothing

This page is a summary of tricks I've learned through the years to make wearing Colonial clothing easier and more practical.

George Washington's Folding Camp Stool Seat No. 2 has a bottom stretcher set into the leg dados. The upper stretcher is mortise & tenon construction. The seat stretcher is pinned to the legs. Camping Stool, Folding Camping Chairs, Folding Furniture, Folding Chair, Woodworking Plans, Woodworking Projects, Leather Diy Crafts, Wood Crafts, Work Chair

George Washington's Folding Camp Stool Seat No. 2 has a bottom stretcher set into the leg dados. The upper stretcher is mortise & tenon construction. The seat stretcher is pinned to the legs.

Hunting Tutorial Proper Way to Stretch an Animal Pelt Homesteading - The Homestead Survival .Com Please Share This Pin Predator Hunting, Coyote Hunting, Hunting Tips, Deer Hunting, Hunting Stuff, Homestead Survival, Camping Survival, Survival Prepping, Survival Skills

Predator Hunting and Trapping: How to Stretch Hides

I'm a firm believer that anyone who traps or hunts predators should be able to properly skin and put up their hides to sell or tan. The whole process is fairly straightforward, but it can seem daunting to a newcomer. All you need is a fleshing beam and a fur stretcher that you can make yourself, and you can start putting up your fur like a pro. The purpose of the fur stretcher is to dry and preserve the fur, making it ready to tan. Unlike using salt, your hides will remain clean and neat…