Get the perfect Renaissance Florentine Outfit in one easy-to-use pattern made to your personal measurements!
Make a 15th century Italian Commonwoman's Outfit or gamurra as worn in Florence and the Tuscan region from the 1470s through the end of the century. Pattern includes tie-on sleeves with multiple variations, center or side-back closure, gathered or pleated skirts, coif, partlet. Instructions for camicia (shift) and period hairstyle also included. Historical notes and embellishment suggestions included.
Partners perfectly with RH510 for the Upper Class Florentine look!
Made to Measure pattern in your personal measurements.
Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.
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Suggested Fabrics: light weight to coat weight wool; heavy linen or canvas for interlining (optional); light linen or silk for lining; linen for coif, camicia and partlet
Notions: thread, hooks & eyes or cord and closed rings (thread eyelets may also be used), two-inch and three-inch wide strips of contrasting wool or colourful ribbon for guards, as many as desired
Yardage Requirements: Gown with matching sleeves - 6 yds 45" or 4½ yds 60" wide; Gown without sleeves - 4 yds 45" or 3 yds 60" wide; Contrasting sleeves: -2 yds 45" or 1½ yds 60" wide; Lining - 2 yds 45" or 1½ yds 60" wide (bodice & sleeves only); Interlining - ½ yd 45" or 60" wide (bodice only)
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