George, Matching tunics using IL019 Honeysuckle 5.3 oz. linen inspired by 12th Century Turkish dress.  The y...

GEORGE

"Matching tunics using IL019 Honeysuckle 5.3 oz. linen inspired by 12th Century Turkish dress. The yokes of the tunics were block printed with a hand-made block to mimic an embroidered extant tunic. The pants were made with IL019 Optic White and printed."

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Georgealt2 years ago

All of the blocks used in this project are from extant examples and were made by me. The gold was painted on once the black was stamped, as was done with the period examples.

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Francesalt2 years ago

beautiful recreation of Turkish dress; the stamping is very detail.

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Sandialt2 years ago

This is beautiful, you look like a king and queen !

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Vickialt2 years ago

Gorgeous!

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Monicaalt2 years ago

great colors!

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Corinnealt2 years ago

Amazeballs!

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Sandialt2 years ago

I voted for you !

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Jeanne-mariealt2 years ago

Love the way it looks stamped and matching!

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Eliethalt2 years ago

Beautiful

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Cathrynalt2 years ago

Love to see bright colors on the royals. =)

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Lauraalt2 years ago

I love the block printing you do! So much detail! :)

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Mishaalt2 years ago

I’ve seen these in person—meticulously executed

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Melissaalt2 years ago

Lovely garb on lovely people!

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Marceloalt2 years ago

The only thing nicer than his style, is his personality. He\'s an excellent sewer and and excellent person.????

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Jackalt2 years ago

Lovely choice of colors, with amazingly intricate designs

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Christianaalt2 years ago

well designed

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Jakealt2 years ago

I voted at sword point.... Ha.

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Elizabethalt2 years ago

Amazing set! I want to see more from these two!