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Gerenal instructions for this capote

Living with Jane: Capote bonnet made with straw braid.

Living with Jane: My Accessories

In preparation for the Jane Austen Festival, I've dived into making a few accessories for myself. Every proper Regency lady must wear a bonn.

Bonnet, first quarter of the 19th century

Not sure of country of origin but nice bonnet, first quarter of the century.

Bonnet, early 19th century, silk - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Bonnet, ca the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Woman’s bonnet, corded green silk.

Fine Original c1850's Lady's Fancy Tulle Head Dress | eBay seller time-travelers, de-accessioned from a public museum;

Fine Original c1850's Lady's Fancy Tulle Head Dress

Fine Original c1850's Lady's Fancy Tulle Head Dress | eBay seller time-travelers, de-accessioned from a public museum;

A Fractured Fairytale

A Fractured Fairytale

Romantic History: Timely Tress ~ Lucia Regency Bonnet ~ Update #2!

I finished my bonnet today! Or, at least, the basic form of it. Now the fun and endless possibilities of various trims looms before me.

fishu over dress early 19th century

Wilhelm von Kobell 1818 English: Portrait of a young woman Deutsch…

Retrimming hats- whipstitched trimmings instead of hot glue= change a hat as many times as you like

Retrimming hats- whipstitched trimmings instead of hot glue= change a hat as many times as you like

Bonnet, first quarter of the 19th century

Bonnet, first quarter of the century

Boater Date: ca. 1898 Culture: British Medium: straw, wool, elastic Dimensions: Length: 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Jessie Leonard Hill and Laura Leonard Ault, 1981 Accession Number: 1981.305.7

Boater Date: ca. 1898 Culture: British Medium: straw, wool, elastic Dimensions: Length: 14 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Jessie Leonard Hill and Laura Leonard Ault, 1981 Accession Number:

Silk Regency Bonnet

Silk Regency Bonnet, war of 1812, Jane Austen

Abigail Smith Adams 1744-1818 at home, often without husband John

if we mean to have heroes, statemen and philosophers, we should have learned women. John Adams (Abigail Smith) by Gilbert Stuart,

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