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Made by a Fabricista: YouTube Edition | Marty - Historical Mens Court Garb


I have been wanting to have some Historical Mens Court Garb for a few years now. And when I saw this fabric, I knew exactly what I'd do with it. I think it makes the perfect Doublet and I love how it matches the smocked shirt I also made in this video.





MARTY  @scrapsandsequins


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  1. What patterns and fabrics did you use to make these? very nice.

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  2. Wow! I don't know what else to say. Amazing amount of work. Turned out beautiful!

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  3. Beautifully made. Can tell you love what you’re doing with historical sewing. Bravo!

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  4. Wonderful images of your garments. Extra kudos for getting it done during your kitchen disaster.

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