|17th century boning channels. The thread is dark green, not black.|
- Two 1940’s dresses, one dotted and one patterned with flowers. The dotted one just need the neckline fixed.
- And my perpetual UFO; the 18th century embroidered polonaise.
|Part of the back of the 1630's embroidered jacket. The silk/gold thread is more glittery than ity looks here.|
- February – Tucks & Pleating – Make the petticoat for the Swedish national gown. It has a lot of pleated trim.
- March – Protection – A 1916 coat in black wool with blue details.
- April – Gender-Bender – I’ll make it easy and go the obvious route; a pair of 1930’s linen trousers.
- May – Holes – The 17th century stays. Lots of lacing holes in them.
- June – Travel –No idea. I want a pair of 18th century mitts in embroidered wool and I guess one can claim it’s suitable to have for travelling.
- July – Monochrome – make a garment in black, white, or any shade of grey in between. The robe for the Swedish national gown, as the whole gown is white. Or a new shift.
- September – Historicism – I haven’t got a clue. Any ideas?
- October – Heroes – I’m not much given to hero worship, so I don’t know.
- November – Red – 1930’s dress in red wool.
- December – Special Occasion: I don’t know, but possibly the embroidered 1630’s jacket as I think it will look very festive with its glittering silk thread and spangles.