HNW - Re: English smocking
ladygrania at juno.com
Sat Jan 20 16:25:49 PST 2001
Take a very close look at the Mona Lisa. The top of her dress is
On Sat, 20 Jan 2001 17:56:32 -0500 Carol Thomas <scbooks at neca.com>
> >One technique that's particularly intriguing may actually have a
> >pre-1600 historical basis. (One of the perpetual SCA needlework
> >debates is "Is smocking period?" i.e. before 1600.)
> There is a 15th c. portrait of the virgin which has gussets in the
> sides of
> her dress, and the tops of the gussets are honeycomb smocking.
> Sorry, I do
> not have the reference. Someone on the garb list might know.
> Small Churl Books catalog: <http://users.neca.com/scbooks/>
> Last updated: Nov. 2000
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