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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Francesalt2 years ago

George\'s stamping is always beautiful.

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Ellavernalt2 years ago

Beautiful work!

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Marleealt2 years ago

Lovely print pattern on this salmon clothing.

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Kathrynalt2 years ago

This is spectacular work! So proud of you for doing it. I love the FISH PANTS!!!

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Kathrynalt2 years ago

This is spectacular work! So proud of you for doing it. I love the FISH PANTS!!!

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Allysonalt2 years ago

I watched you creating this in our #100daysofa&s and was just amazed. Great job!!

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Seamusalt2 years ago

my baron and baroness. they allow me to get away with speaking as i wish.

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Balt2 years ago

Awesome work. Love what you\'re doing - Brigit

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Marjoriealt2 years ago

Gorgeous! Beautifully carved stamps meticulously placed on the clothing. And a wonderful choice of colour for your coloring!

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Eliethalt2 years ago

:)

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Eliethalt2 years ago

:)

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Jai talt2 years ago

Beautifully done!

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Robinalt2 years ago

I followed your step in Printed textiles and just love it :-)

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Lindsayalt2 years ago

Stunning!!

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Nicolealt2 years ago

I love the block printing! Amazing work!

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Jenniferalt2 years ago

Because it\'s pink!

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Susanalt2 years ago

And you made all the blocks to print amazing

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Victoriaalt2 years ago

The block printing is amazing. Nice work.