How do you make those fluffy elbow ruffles you see on 18th Century Saque gowns?
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Please note, if you are using a striped fabric for your gown, the stripes went around the sleeve ruffle and arm, not down it as a 20th century person would do. -- ---Tara | valign="top" |Google |- | align="left" valign="top" |
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