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How To Make An Edwardian Lace Yoke (Tutorial) - Sew Historically
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to join lace to make an Edwardian lace yoke with standing collar. Materials: lace (I used cotton Maline and Valenciennes lace) sewing thread sewing needle scissor cardboard pattern Make your own pattern for the yoke and standing collar, or use a commercial pattern. Cut your pattern out … Continue reading How To Make An Edwardian Lace Yoke (Tutorial) →
c.1900-1903, Day dress, Organza, silk chiffon, machine-made lace, Worth, Paris, France. " Like his father, Jean-Philippe sought inspiration from paintings by the Great Masters. His designs – like this day dress – continued the house’s tradition for elaborate artistic gowns with intricate trimmings. They also reflected the growing taste for Art Nouveau, mirroring the scrolling lines and curlicues found in decorative arts in the early years of the 20th century."