A Gentleman’s Shirt

A gentlemens shirt

17th Century Sewing

One of numerous garments I have produced for the company Peggy’s Necessities as their seamstress.

Made of ivory linen, the shirt features a lace edged collar, trianglular inserts, collar pleats, hand sewn eyelets and reinforcement bar and hand made thread buttons. Completed with french seams throughout, all the edges and detailing are hand sewn and each individually made to the customers measurements and requirements.

I have produced many other types of garments for the company including soldiers coats, doublets, waistcoats, crosse-cloths, petticoats, smokes and shirts.

For more information on  Peggy’s Necessities please follow the link.

 

If you would like to view my portfolio in full please click HERE

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