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The page is not done yet and I do apologize for not posting here every day like I originally planned. Things just got in the way and I ended up working more than an hour a day on this project, way more. :P

I kept a running record in a word doc and have been slowly porting it over to a webpage off my glove site.

Here is the URL:

I would love comments on anything you see there. I especially would love any published references specific speaking to the gloves I show.

Along the way I have decided that I will be taking this project a step further and either recreate or find the pattern that is on the cuffs of the gloves I finally chose to make.

I am a bit of an outside of the box thinker, ok, I am a LOT on the outside of the box thinker. (Yes, I am the one that said "eye ball it" cause that is how my mom did it and my grandmother did it and how they chose to teach me when it comes to sewing. I just did not realize that it meant that you must have that talent in you to be able to "eye ball it".) I chose to make a pair of gloves that were not made of leather and not the every day cuff of an Italian from the renaissance. I chose velvet gloves.

/Madeleine de La Tour d AuvergneGo, have a look, tell me what you all think here. :)
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