[HNW] 17th century leather sewing technique

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Tue Nov 27 16:12:17 PST 2007

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From: Debloughcostumes at aol.comDate: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 18:55:56 -0500To: h-needlework at lists.ansteorra.orgSubject: Re: [HNW] 17th century leather sewing technique

In a message dated 27/11/2007 21:44:57 GMT Standard Time, h-needlework-request at lists.ansteorra.org writes:
Hello Kathryn,  My name is Joellen and new to the list. I am curious as to when piping would have been considered "period". Certainly 18th century to the present, but, how far ack does it really go?Thanks,
very offhand (cos I don't have the right book next to me to check), I think it dates to at least the 17th c on garments - I think there's an extant jacket with piping of at least some sort.
will try to remember to check.

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