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Stitching Fun for the "Old Fashion Vintage Farmer's Wife" ~Have A Blessed Day ~

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Ceremonial court dress of a maid of honor to the Empress of Russia, St. Petersburg, 1830s. State Hermitage Museum. CLICK FOR LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.

Ceremonial court dress of a maid of honor to the Empress of Russia, St. Petersburg, 1830s. State Hermitage Museum. CLICK FOR LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.

Clearly too intense, but maybe a shorter version for the end of the play?

Clearly too intense, but maybe a shorter version for the end of the play?

Lady-in-waiting's ceremonial court dress, O. Bulbenkova's workshop, St. Petersburg, late 19th century. State Hermitage Museum, via Teatime at Winter Palace's Tumblr. According to the Alexander Palace Time Machine, ladies-in-waiting were married women who wore a green velvet court gown; they occupied a higher position in the Imperial Household than the maids of honor, unmarried women who wore crimson velvet. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE IMAGES.

Lady-in-waiting's ceremonial court dress, O. Bulbenkova's workshop, St. Petersburg, late 19th century. State Hermitage Museum, via Teatime at Winter Palace's Tumblr. According to the Alexander Palace Time Machine, ladies-in-waiting were married women who wore a green velvet court gown; they occupied a higher position in the Imperial Household than the maids of honor, unmarried women who wore crimson velvet. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE IMAGES.

Court dress, by Børre Lorentsen & Co, Copenhagen, 1870-1900. Machine-woven silk fabrics in velvet and plain weave, as well as tulle, hand-embroidered with metal and silk thread, metal sequins, beads and plates. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061626328). The short, puffed "lattice" sleeves and two-color (dark-blue and white) combination indicate that this is Swedish court dress. CLICK THROUGH FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Court dress, by Børre Lorentsen & Co, Copenhagen, 1870-1900. Machine-woven silk fabrics in velvet and plain weave, as well as tulle, hand-embroidered with metal and silk thread, metal sequins, beads and plates. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061626328). The short, puffed "lattice" sleeves and two-color (dark-blue and white) combination indicate that this is Swedish court dress. CLICK THROUGH FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Court dresses belonging to Grand Duchesses Olga Nikolaevna and Tatiana Nikolaevna, O. N. Bulbenkova's Workshop, St. Petersburg, 1913. Satin, tulle, velvet, artificial flowers, artificial pearls. State Hermitage Museum, via Ghosts of Imperial Russia on Tumblr. Whereas there are minor differences between the two extant gowns, the 1913 photo by Boissannas et Eggler of St. Petersburg shows Olga (left) and Tatiana (right) wearing virtually identical gowns. CLICK THROUGH FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES…

Court dresses belonging to Grand Duchesses Olga Nikolaevna and Tatiana Nikolaevna, O. N. Bulbenkova's Workshop, St. Petersburg, 1913. Satin, tulle, velvet, artificial flowers, artificial pearls. State Hermitage Museum, via Ghosts of Imperial Russia on Tumblr. Whereas there are minor differences between the two extant gowns, the 1913 photo by Boissannas et Eggler of St. Petersburg shows Olga (left) and Tatiana (right) wearing virtually identical gowns. CLICK THROUGH FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES…

Ceremonial court dress of a maid of honor to the Empress of Russia, St, Petersburg, 1830s. Velvet, silk, metallic thread, gold embroidery. State Hermitage Museum, via http://www.hermitage.guide/costume/costume1.html. CLICK FOR LARGE, HIR-RES IMAGES.

Ceremonial court dress of a maid of honor to the Empress of Russia, St, Petersburg, 1830s. Velvet, silk, metallic thread, gold embroidery. State Hermitage Museum, via http://www.hermitage.guide/costume/costume1.html. CLICK FOR LARGE, HIR-RES IMAGES.

Ceremonial court dress, Ivanov workshop, St. Petersburg, Russia, late 19th to early 20th centuries. State Hermitage Museum, via Ghosts of Imperial Russia's Tumblr. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.

Ceremonial court dress, Ivanov workshop, St. Petersburg, Russia, late 19th to early 20th centuries. State Hermitage Museum, via Ghosts of Imperial Russia's Tumblr. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.