Historical Clothing, Food, Dancing, Gardening, Fibre, Hats and Textiles
Amazing that these are all made of paper. Until I got to the closeups, I thought they were white fabric. Val
It doesn't look like paper at all. Really great. Are these still on display?
Aylwen-I understand you have organized a trip to Smowshill Manor for Thursady. Do you have any places left? What is the price? What does the event include?LouLou dot Harrington at gmail dot com
Dear Laura,Yes, this display is still there. I heartily recommend it.Lou, yes, we still have some places on this small tour. It is 45 pounds if you come in our large vehicle or 35 pounds if you provide your own transport. Entry to the National Trust property and refreshments are extra. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to discuss this further - I check it morning and night only.Many thanks,Aylwen
Lou, I'd love to friend you on facebook. I'm at http://www.facebook.com/Aylwen It was wonderful getting to know you!
How the heck did they keep the paper so clean??? When I work on white fabric Im always washing my hands but the garments still pick up dirt...Really beautiful. reminds me of a Met exhibit years ago with baroque clothing and wigs made of white paper. It was stunning.
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