Keeley, An 18th century hunting shirt, usually worn by members of county militias or infantry in the Contine...

KEELEY

"An 18th century hunting shirt, usually worn by members of county militias or infantry in the Continental Army. This shirt is made from Fabricsstore.com linen in Potting Soil. The fringe was sometimes made from ravelled linen, but this is woven from jute."

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Darlenealt1 year ago

I like that you used several different techniques, the fringe etc

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Darlenealt1 year ago

I like that you used several different techniques, the fringe etc

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Darlenealt1 year ago

I like that you used several different techniques, the fringe etc

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Denisealt1 year ago

Stellar sewing and design!

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Dixiealt1 year ago

Beautiful work!

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Anne Marie alt1 year ago

Absolutely amazing!

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Kalt1 year ago

Great design and superior stitching

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Cecilealt1 year ago

Beautiful workmanship and design!

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Natalt1 year ago

Nicely done!

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Jamesalt1 year ago

It's very nice and I'd wear it to every hunt.

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Ejalt1 year ago

Great piece of work. Nice blend of colors

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Jodialt1 year ago

Beautiful

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Ejalt1 year ago

A great replication.