theladyrebecca (theladyrebecca) wrote,

Decisions decisions...

To line, or flat-line? I really want to flat-line it, because, frankly, I don't care if you can see the serging and seams on the inside of the bodice, and that will make it easier to (hopefully) take in in the future. I know the period thing to do would be to line it, though. And I don't know how to go about doing the historical sleeve setting method (which I have decided to do with this project) without having a lining in which to sandwich the sleeve heads.

Any advice?

Oh, and I've decided to cut the skirts separately. Mostly because I didn't feel like waiting around for more responses to my last post before cutting out the fabric. And it would make the patterning process longer. :)
Tags: 18th c., riding habit

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