FRILLED, FOR USE WITH BARBETTE
PLEATED, FOR USE WITH BARBETTE
BUTTON MAKING TUTORIAL
Ther frilled fillet can be seen in medieval art in the early 14th
century. There are a number of variations, ranging from plain
and unfrilled, frilly and pleated-looking. Their exact manufacture
is unclear as there are no existing ones, so all we can do is
make them with techniques which are known from materials which
This tutorial is only one potential method of making these to
look like the images we see.
All you need is thread, a needle, pins, scissors,ruler, pen or
pencils, a long strip of linen the circumfrence of your head plus
about 1.5cm overlap, a strip of canvas or aida cloth the circumfrence
of your head plus 1cm.