Today I am going to revisit an “old” project of mine – my beloved 12th century white silk underdress. And yes, before you ask, it is the underdress with the Trapunto neckline, the hand made, decorated silk buttons,… 😀
How come? Well, while I was working at the 14th century hood project for my friends Pelican elevation, I was asked if I could revisit my 12th century white silk underdress.
And as I always love to talk about embroidery in general and in particular about my projects, I immediately and happily agreed to revisit this project. But first there was another task I had to take care of – I had to finish posting about the 14th century hood project… 🙂
…and now, that the last posting about the 14th century hood project was posted, I can finally move on to the next task on my list and fulfill the request of a very lovely lady who would like to know more about my 12th century white silk underdress… 🙂
The task per se is actually rather easy as I have a comprehensive collection of progress pictures of my work from at least the last 10 years. I used the last days to go through a rather small part of it – my 12th century white silk underdress project photos – in order to prepare them for a new blog post.
And now let’s take a look at the progress details I captured while i was working at this project! Enjoy! 😀
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Well, I hope you enjoyed my posting about my “old” 12th century white silk underdress project so far. But this are enough details for now as this posting is already getting quite long. I will show you more progress pictures of the actual work at my Trapunto neckline and the decorated silk buttons in my next posting. 😀