Hand Sewing a Poofy Sleeved Historical Shift – But Make it Black ๐Ÿˆโ€โฌ›

Here are some cozy October vibes for you. For those of us who do not like scary things.

Video link: https://youtu.be/XqeTZgaR5yE

Cutting diagram:

Materials used:

2 meters thin, black linen
Black linen thread

3 Norwegian women, c. 1900:

[1] https://digitaltmuseum.no/021019513251/portrett-kvinne-i-bunad-sittende-i-stue
[2] https://digitaltmuseum.no/011014277234/saetesdalen-kvinne-i-bunad
[3] https://digitaltmuseum.no/021016401604/ung-kvinne-i-stakk-og-liv

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