Elizabethan Hairstyle was never a simple thing though. Any of the popular hairstyles you saw on women were very detailed. They were rarely just straight and normal as you might see on many women today.
Ruffs were made in different styles and sizes, but for this particular one a frame called "supportase" was used as a frame to achieve this dramatic look. Queen Elizabeth I was an icon for this particular piece.
- The Elizabethan Lady's Sleeves Pattern by Margo Anderson Includes : 1 Sewing Pattern Sizes: 2 to 30 all included in one envelope. This pattern is printed on white bond paper. includes several popular sleeve styles of the era Paned Cap and spanish sleeve