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15th century Kirtle and hood by silverstah 15th century Kirtle and hood by silverstah
Mid 15th-century brown linen kirtle with waistseam. Based off of the various images compiled by Marie Chantal Cadieux, here:[link] Full circle skirt, lightly gathered into the bodice. Self-drafted pattern. All visible stitches are handsewn, interior seams are done by machine.

The sleeves are black cotton velveteen pin-on sleeves, lined in linen.

Basic London-style hood ([link] ... dhd1a.html) done in some fuzzy velvet brocade, lined in silk. Hand-cast buttons (not by me!). Again, visible stitches done by hand, everything else machined.

Issues: the bodice is a little long, which contributes to the wrinkles in the back. The skirt is obviously WAY too long, needs to be hemmed. Overall, though, it's a very comfortable, serviceable and versatile dress.
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silverstah Jan 21, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! It's definitely one of my favorites to wear. :)
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:iconandinell:
Love it! Was there a particular pattern you used, or did you wing it?
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silverstah Aug 19, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks for the comment! I used my basic "Gothic Fitted Dress" pattern block, and added the gathered skirt instead of making it a full length dress.
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:iconmusicalnumber:
Oooh, that's very lovely. Good job!
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silverstah Oct 5, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
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LadyArwynn16 Apr 27, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I really love the red fabric you used for the hood.
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8bitsuperstar Apr 23, 2011
Wow, great job!

It looks lovely~
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