The Elizabethan Seam: Sewing by hand effectively, strongly, elegantly
One of the things that constantly comes to light when examining extant Elizabethan clothing is the skill with which the maker of the garment created such mundane things as seams and hems. Beyond the admittedly glorious embroidery for which the period is known, a smaller, quieter grace can be found in the exquisite needlework that was probably never given a second thought by its creators.

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